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Poems About: NARRATIVE

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

  • 37.
    Portrait of a Poet

    When they hang my portrait
    Does it mean I am dead?
    People look into my eyes
    And see the sparks of life read more »

    Leaking Pen
  • 38.
    élan vital

    Who am I?
    A breath, an essence, a story
    Many narratives
    words that inadequately read more »

    Tori Pleasent
  • 39.
    Terrestrial Trance

    We're coming to the end
    Vibrationally spent
    The cycle, in effect
    The Earth's field should not neglect read more »

    Mason Maestro
  • 40.
    Ballet Rosette

    (dedicated to Ms. Alina Cojocaru, a great Romanian ballerina)

    flowing
    precise read more »

    Ahmad Shiddiqi
  • 41.
    It Seems the English

    It seems the English got it all backward:
    Short teas, and long narrative poems
    Until your teeth fell back into your skull
    And the sun dipped deep into the Thames. read more »

    Patti Masterman
  • 42.
    Whoever Did It: Cruel!

    The narrative of humankind
    Goes through so many thorns.
    Whoever the maker is
    The creation is cruel. read more »

    Luis Estable
  • 43.
    Search

    He is all permeating,
    I search Him in forms,
    His gigantic body
    Eyes can’t conform. read more »

    C. P. Sharma
  • 44.
    Invent Colors

    Invent ideology
    Invent narrative
    Or else
    Be ready to die. read more »

    gajanan mishra
  • 45.
    Portrait, of i

    Scars, dead tissue reminders
    of past misadventure,
    some hidden – to visit
    when I’m alone read more »

    Owen Bittner
  • 46.
    Felons and Talons

    I concern those felons with talons,
    Fixing their teeth in the head.
    Crime may be criminals, it describes,
    The description and narrative of a true story read more »

    Naveed Akram
  • 47.
    envy, envy, sad eyes

    edgy, the end of the world
    your world, is edgy,
    it doesn't mean much
    just edgy, there is this sense read more »

    RIC S. BASTASA
  • 48.
    The classics

    How authentic a drawing is,
    How expressive a painting is,
    How imaginative a poem is,
    And how narrative a prose is read more »

    Rm.Shanmugam Chettiar.
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