a poem that tells a story and has a plot
"Young Clare," by Edith Miniter, is a narrative poem of that power and polish which might be expected of its celebrated author.
It is a narrative poem, not a poem of lyrical allusions, not an heroic ode.
As a narrative poem, I do not yet think it quite distinct enough, though it always rises at the right moment.
This also is a narrative poem; but it tells something more than a story.
If a narrative poem fails in this respect, it is all but condemned from the start.
Brookes narrative poem Romeus and Juliet, utilized by Shakespeare for his drama of the same name, is in this metre.
If a narrative poem in any other metre or in many metres were now composed, it would be found incongruous.
The ballad is a narrative poem, usually rather short and in such form as to be sung.
His greatest work is the narrative poem, Tristan und Isolde; but that he left unfinished.
The pastoral is a particular kind of descriptive and narrative poem in which the scene is laid in the country.