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In this page, poems on / about “narrative” are listed.

  • 289.
    Baby Let Me Be Yours

    baby stop lookin the other side just put ur eyez in the bright side i can be ur lover i can be ur cover take all ur pain to the lower be you worrier make your world full of joy ama be your boy ama be the blood that runs thru ur blood vessel be your heart nestles i'll be the medicin that makes ur heart beat & be the air that u alwayz breath ama be your climber that climbs your heart & when i reach the top ama put the flag n neva swag n ama collect all the bad feelingz to the trash bag just lemme be your 1 & you'll neva go back

    i'll be the prisoner It's to you that I surrender i'll be your dream maker & neva breaker i'll be the master key of your heart door am so clever ama l0ve you now and 4 ever read more »

  • 290.
    nostalgia ***** WHEN I GO HOME TO PALILAN

    (written a night before I go back home, Manila to Palilan, Jimenez, Mis.Occ. circa 2000)

    When I go home to Palilan I would hurriedly walk on the long road to home.
    I’ll throw my warmest smile and look straight thru their eyes who surprise prettily about my unpredictable journey from somewhere they never know as I come back without crown they expect. read more »

  • 291.
    Galleria of Nostalgic Senses

    Love me when the show’s over,
    When you have the rosy glow from
    Walking barefoot beneath the lanky mangroves,
    Teething on the saw grass, teething; read more »

  • 292.
    Not About This

    It is not about the classic rivers
    of mythology, not about Acheron,
    river of woe with its lines of unemployed
    holding their migraines in their hands. read more »

  • 293.
    The Vulnerability of Order

    Caves, here, contain dead / live
    snakes, some keys, for instance,
    have holes or,
    the transgressive guardian, mind read more »

  • 294.
    When I walked into Peter F's office

    he was printing photographs
    of his son’s girlfriend
    gorgeous woman
    “Bernstein, ” he said, somewhat sadly, read more »

  • 295.
    Israel At 50 Years Revival

    I was there when you, a dream so distant
    An old narrative, a wish of a people so ancient.
    You were defunct yet alive in their mind every instant,
    Fanned and revived by lives so enormously patient. Two thousand years, turbulent and mostly tragic, read more »

  • 296.
    The Ancient World

    Today the Masons are auctioning
    their discarded pomp: a trunk of turbans,
    gemmed and ostrich-plumed, and operetta costumes
    labeled inside the collar "Potentate" read more »

  • 297.
    The Castaway

    Obscurest night involv'd the sky,
    Th' Atlantic billows roar'd,
    When such a destin'd wretch as I,
    Wash'd headlong from on board, read more »

  • 298.
    Bewick Walks to Scotland: Sequence (a) Newcastle

    These are my drawings and paintings of birds,
    stored sheaves under the workbench, propped
    behind casket or candlestick. I never stopped
    adding to my notes, colours rather than words. read more »

  • 299.
    A French Narrative Poem, Translation Of 'Narration Française' by Rene Etiemble

    A French Narrative Poem: A wren comes to rest on a reed after the storm – Dialogue between the bird and the shrub. Translation of Rene Etiemble’s poem: Narration Française

    (The very first poem composed by Etiemble while a student of Class 5A at the Lycée de Laval on Octobre 14,1921, i.e., when he was only 12 years old. The poet provides the two pages on which they were written in his school exercise book. The poem is rhymed abab, cc, dede, afaf, agag, hihi, ff, ajaj, kjk, flfl, each line made up of eleven to thirteen syllables. Amazing maturity! In a footnote, he states that in 1983 during a fit of rage against the university he burned a great many of the exercise books he had preserved until then. T. Wignesan) read more »

  • 300.
    No Excuses and Well, No Results

    Is it that time again
    Is it time once again
    for me to stand before this jury
    and repeat the words I'm sorry read more »

New Narrative Poems

  1. Read all the narratives, Mark Heathcote
  2. Folktales: Then and Now, Anthony Seyi Abiodun
  3. art uncle jude, binod bastola
  5. Itinerary, Roberto Tejada
  6. Life is a Symphony...Death a Melody, Almedia Knight Oliver
  7. Sorehead, John Ernest Tranter
  8. Situation At Hand, Wilfred Mellers
  9. I Boomerang, Michelle Claus
  10. Athens Shall Burn for the 3rd Time, Joseph DeMarco
  11. Lingua Franca, Sylvia Perry
  12. Luggage Lady, Randy Resh
  13. THE STONE PICKERS (A conversation with .., Patrick Lodge
  14. The Paparazzi Historian - VIII, Sadiqullah Khan
  15. The Secret, Marshall Gass
  16. Psalm with a Phrase from Beckett, Rick Barot
  17. The Marriage Voyage of Juan Ramón Jiméne.., Sara Sams
  18. Event, Brian Minniear
  19. A Small Poem Is All I Am Capable Of, Shalom Freedman
  20. Poetry, The Types & Tenors of It, Bijay Kant Dubey
  21. Poetry, All About Poetry, Bijay Kant Dubey
  22. Pals, part 4, horace p sternwall
  23. Tales Of A Wife: Callista, Onyekachukwu Vincent Onyeche
  24. What We Approve Of [REVISED], Margaret Alice Second
  25. Lily Is Truly Beautiful, Akhtar Jawad
  26. Nameless, Charles Monroe
  27. Death of a Poet, A.j. Binash
  28. A French Narrative Poem, Translation Of .., T (no first name) Wignesan
  29. Day Slice, Bill Grace
  30. Let Us Take Kulwant Singh Gill’s Passion.., Bijay Kant Dubey
  31. Truth To Delude, Lawrence S. Pertillar
  32. All for his sake, Jayatissa Liyanage
  33. Maha Nanda Sharma (1924-) As A Poet, Bijay Kant Dubey
  34. Dog Days, michael hogan
  35. Revelation's Finale' - So Close..., MoonBee Canady
  36. Kulwant Singh Gill As A Poet, Bijay Kant Dubey
  37. A New Year’s Prayer, Stanley Collymore
  38. Literature Cosmology, Emranor Reja
  39. Living In Paradise, Lento Maez
  40. Respectful Narratives, RoseAnn V. Shawiak
  41. No Excuses and Well, No Results, Russell Nero
  42. Semester's Delight, Cassandra Jasmine
  43. The Interregnum, Om Chawla
  44. poemocracy and poemocrats, alexander opicho
  45. (Epic) Elysiad - Book I: Canto I: Eulogy, Julian
  46. Who Am I?, Vaughn Wood
  47. Alankar(Decor) -175, Indira Renganathan
  48. I Open A Vein And Rain, Linda Marie Van Tassell
  49. That's The Writing Bug!, Denis Martindale
  50. Mind Arena, Emranor Reja
  51. That Traumatic Year [1947]- Recollection.., Om Chawla
  52. Cathedral Music Haiku for Nobel Prize Wi.., Chenou Liu
  53. Sappho the Poetess, Sadiqullah Khan
  54. Aristotle and Sappho, Sadiqullah Khan
  55. Get Real! Get A Life!, Stanley Collymore
  56. An Echo Chamber For The Powerful!, Stanley Collymore
  57. Alankar(Decor) -171, Indira Renganathan
  58. Semi-Detached, Kela LewisMorin
  59. Khushwant Singh As A Columnist, Bijay Kant Dubey
  60. The Terracotta Temple, Bijay Kant Dubey
  61. The Definition Of Poetry, Bijay Kant Dubey
  62. A Beautiful Girl, Bijay Kant Dubey
  63. The Monkey-man, Bijay Kant Dubey
  64. To think of God, Leo Briones
  65. A poem like letter to my faraway friend .., nimal dunuhinga
  66. The Dolphin II, Morgan Michaels
  67. The 'N' Word, Lawrence S. Pertillar
  68. The Brown-Haired Beauty, Justin Reamer
  69. Alankar(Decor) -152, Indira Renganathan
  70. Ballad of The Dreamweaver, Jake Walker
  71. Alankar(Decor) -150, Indira Renganathan
  72. The Poem of Ellery Caine, David Lewis Paget
  73. @ My Liberties, Sadiqullah Khan
  74. From This Bridge, michael oliver
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