What is a Narrative Poem?
A narrative poem tells the story of an event in the form of a poem.
- It has a beginning, middle, and end.
- There is a strong sense of narration, characters, and plot.
- It may or may not rhyme.
- It could be short or long.
Narrative Poem Examples:
I Still Love You, You're My Big Brother
You were always a risk taker,
Especially in the car, you liked to burn rubber,
My mates thought it was funny, it was cool,
When you gave them a lift and played the fool.
Driving with no hands, hanging out the sun roof,
Shutting you eyes and generally being a goof
Thinking you were some Evil Knieval.
Did you know you'd cause this upheaval?
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- One Look by Ashley
- Long To See Your Sweet Face by Kim Perry
- The Ballad Of Rum by Peter Wolveridge
- Hurricane Isabella by Amy Aird
- The Home He Knew Best by Ken Budden
- Heirloom Of Love by Angie
- Her Wedding Day by Jennafer Nolan
- Keepsake by Mac McKenzie
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