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

  • 325.
    In The Ceaseless Silence

    In the ceaseless silence, is it my soul I address
    in these barely audible whispers of blood,
    you, are you there, a friend to me, aloof companion,
    intimate stranger, are you just the longing of an echo read more »

  • 326.
    It's Been Tried Before, Evil Come To The Door

    It’s been tried before, evil come to the door
    to school me out of my muscular optimism,
    my seven times down eight times up approach
    to not throwing the fight, the agon of life, until I’m dead. read more »

  • 327.


    imagine you are at a labyrinth read more »

  • 328.
    Friday Feelings

    * note this poem was originally drawn on a large canvas in all different colours and metallics in long meandering swirls and the page had to be continually turned round and round to follow the narrative. It was all different sizes and styles of font and It was embellished with butterflies, flowers, paisley patterns and assorted symbols*

    Lights, bright lights, coloured lights, flashing, swirling, floating, dying. Rushing through my head. I swirl in and out. I float so high on the noises that are never said. Reds and greens, pinks and blues, mixing and merging together. Androgynous beings, being. Here, now, alive. Perhaps, well maybe never, someday, one day you'll say, 'I love you, love you, love you', and mean it. My heart is beating, beating regularly but it's held together with elastic bands. Sometimes they get too tight, and cut in.
    No matter how hard we try, it doesn't ease the pain. read more »

  • 329.
    Clearing Out the Closet: Five Poems Written Over Four Days

    You are known. You have to get used
    To that. We can see where you are,
    Where you've gone, what you've bought. read more »

  • 330.
    'Now, Heart' - Some Of What I Remember When I Listen

    A river is a process through time, and the river stages are its momentary parts.
    —Willard Van Orman Quine

    From early poems,1970s, youthful indiscretions/attempts to vocally/poetically arrive at/derive a worthwhile writer's voice. Some explication might serve or enhance these under serving, undeserving though 'striving-after' poems hidden in old journals understandably unpublished but now so with apologies which are these expiatory explanations. Recently rediscovering these early arrivals, derivative yet aspiring I recognized and reembraced an enduring self maturing, arriving into late middle age: read more »

  • 331.
    eureka rings a bell

    “Eureka! ” moments sometimes may result
    from outright theft, with Graham Bell the worst
    example. For he traveled to consult
    the patent of Elisha Gray, the first read more »

  • 332.
    each morning at the breakfast table

    Who’ll stone you when you feel unable,
    eating at the breakfast table,
    to answer who’s the great composer,
    implying that you are a loser? read more »

  • 333.
    visit of the queen of sheba

    As gifts to Solomon the Sheban Queen
    brought lavish presents, Cushite gold
    and precious stones and incense, clearly keen
    to prove that she would not withhold read more »

  • 334.
    An Eastern Tale

    A Persian lady we're informed-
    This happened long, long years before
    The Christian era ever dawned, read more »

  • 335.

    My muse inspire me, while I tell
    The weighty matters that befell read more »

  • 336.
    Nemesis Of A Female Sexual Predator

    From a personal perspective I’ve never ever considered you
    to be a good liar, which you evidently are not; and as
    such have always been able to see right through
    you and accurately determine whatever it was read more »

New Narrative Poems

  1. Mining artwork narratives from Sydney Bi.., Danny Draper
  2. If You Need a Poet Laureate, Francie Lynch
  3. Alankar(Decor) -203, Indira Renganathan
  4. Girish Karnad, Your Nagamandala, Not You.., Bijay Kant Dubey
  5. Make acceptable, hasmukh amathalal
  6. Black Poetry, White Poetry, Is Poetry So?, Bijay Kant Dubey
  7. Lord Of All Affliction..., Frank James Ryan Jr...FjR
  8. What Is Poetry To Adil?, Bijay Kant Dubey
  9. HAPPY BORN DAY ALVIN, Alvin Word Speaker Tatlhego
  10. IT WAS JUST A DREAM, Alvin Word Speaker Tatlhego
  11. Dalit Literature, Let Them Write, You Wr.., Bijay Kant Dubey
  12. Sitakant Mahapatra, Bijay Kant Dubey
  13. Dalit's Case, Why Are They Handling?, Bijay Kant Dubey
  14. Election Narrative., Tony Adah
  15. *****FINDING THE MOTHER, sathya narayana
  16. Evocation & Imagination, Maria C. Costa
  17. Reunion, Ron Slate
  18. Tonight, Nathalie Handal
  19. Touch not, gajanan mishra
  20. The End..... The Beginning, Lora Colon
  21. Narrative, Juliana Spahr
  22. A Sense of Sumptuousness: A Found Poem, Frank Avon
  23. Read all the narratives, Mark Heathcote
  24. Folktales: Then and Now, Anthony Seyi Abiodun
  25. art uncle jude, binod bastola
  27. Itinerary, Roberto Tejada
  28. Life is a Symphony...Death a Melody, Almedia Knight Oliver
  29. Sorehead, John Ernest Tranter
  30. Situation At Hand, Wilfred Mellers
  31. I Boomerang, Michelle Claus
  32. Athens Shall Burn for the 3rd Time, Joseph DeMarco
  33. Lingua Franca, Sylvia Perry
  34. THE STONE PICKERS (A conversation with .., Patrick Lodge
  35. The Paparazzi Historian - VIII, Sadiqullah Khan
  36. The Secret, Marshall Gass
  37. Psalm with a Phrase from Beckett, Rick Barot
  38. The Marriage Voyage of Juan Ramón Jiméne.., Sara Sams
  39. Narrative Theory, Catherine Pierce
  40. Event, Brian Minniear
  41. Narrative story, Natasha Muriuki
  42. A Small Poem Is All I Am Capable Of, Shalom Freedman
  43. Poetry, The Types & Tenors of It, Bijay Kant Dubey
  44. Poetry, All About Poetry, Bijay Kant Dubey
  45. Pals, part 4, horace p sternwall
  46. Tales Of A Wife: Callista, Vinz Poetry
  47. What We Approve Of [REVISED], Margaret Alice Second
  48. Lily Is Truly Beautiful, Akhtar Jawad
  49. Nameless, Charles Monroe
  50. Death of a Poet, A.j. Binash
  51. A French Narrative Poem, Translation Of .., T (no first name) Wignesan
  52. Day Slice, Bill Grace
  53. Let Us Take Kulwant Singh Gill’s Passion.., Bijay Kant Dubey
  54. Truth To Delude, Lawrence S. Pertillar
  55. All for his sake, Jayatissa Liyanage
  56. Maha Nanda Sharma (1924-) As A Poet, Bijay Kant Dubey
  57. Dog Days, michael hogan
  58. Revelation's Finale' - So Close..., MoonBee Canady
  59. Kulwant Singh Gill As A Poet, Bijay Kant Dubey
  60. A New Year’s Prayer, Stanley Collymore
  61. Literature Cosmology, Emranor Reja
  62. Living In Paradise, Lento Maez
  63. Respectful Narratives, RoseAnn V. Shawiak
  64. No Excuses and Well, No Results, Russell Nero
  65. Semester's Delight, Cassandra Jasmine
  66. The Interregnum, Om Chawla
  67. The Pierrot's Narrative (16 Scots Poems), sheena blackhall
  68. poemocracy and poemocrats, alexander opicho
  69. (Epic) Elysiad - Book I: Canto I: Eulogy, Julian
  70. Who Am I?, Vaughn Wood
  71. Alankar(Decor) -175, Indira Renganathan
  72. I Open A Vein And Rain, Linda Marie Van Tassell
  73. That's The Writing Bug!, Denis Martindale
  74. Mind Arena, Emranor Reja
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