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  • 13.
    Ode On The Death Of Her Husband, King Francis II

    In my sad, quiet song,
    A melancholy air,
    I shall look deep and long
    At loss beyond compare,
    And with bitter tears,
    I'll pass my best years.

    Have the harsh fates ere now
    Let such a grief be felt,
    Has a more cruel blow
    Been by Dame Fortune dealt
    Than, O my heart and eyes!
    I see where his bier lies?

    In my springtime's gladness
    And flower of my young heart,
    I feel the deepest sadness
    Of the most grievous hurt.
    Nothing now my heart can fire
    But regret and desire.

    He who was my dearest
    Already is my plight
    The day that shone the clearest
    For me is darkest night
    There's nothing now so fine
    That I need make it mine.

    Deep in my eyes and heart
    A portrait has its place
    Which shows the world my hurt
    In the pallor of my face.
    Pale as when violets fade
    True love's becoming shade.

    In my unwonted pain
    I can no more be still,
    Rising time and again
    To drive away my ill.
    All things good and bad
    Have lost the taste they had.

    And thus I always stay
    Whether in wood or meadow,
    Whether at dawn of day
    Or at the evening shadow.
    My heart feels ceaselessly
    Grief for his loss to me.

    Sometimes in such a place
    His image comes to me.
    The sweet smile on his face
    Up in a cloud I see.
    Then sudden in the mere
    I see his funeral bier.

    When I lie quietly
    Sleeping upon my couch,
    I hear him speak to me
    And I can feel his touch.
    In my duties each day
    He is near me alway.

    Nothing seems fine to me
    Unless he is therein.
    My heart will not agree
    Unless he is within.
    I lack all perfection
    In my cruel dejection

    I shall cease my song now,
    My sad lament shall end.
    Whose burden aye shall show
    True love can not pretend
    And, though we are apart,
    Grows no less in my heart. read more »

  • 14.
    Prologue To Steele's Tender Husband

    In the first rise and infancy of farce,
    When fools were many, and when plays were scarce
    The raw unpractis'd authors could, with ease, read more »

  • 15.
    To My Husband on Our Wedding-Day

    I leave for thee, beloved one,
    The home and friends of youth,
    Trusting my hopes, my happiness,
    Unto thy love and truth; read more »

  • 16.
    An Angry Young Husband Called Bicket

    An angry young husband called Bicket
    Said: 'Turn yourself round and I'll kick it read more »

  • 17.
    Upon My Dear and Loving Husband his Going into England Jan. 16, 1661

    O thou Most High who rulest all
    And hear'st the prayers of thine,
    O hearken, Lord, unto my suit
    And my petition sign. read more »

  • 18.
    My Husbands

    My first I wed when just sixteen
    And he was sixty-five.
    He treated me like any queen
    The years he was alive. read more »

  • 19.
    To My Husband, On The Return Of Our Wedding Day

    FOUR times the Sun has cross'd the Line,
    Since Love and HYMEN made you mine:
    Tho' we be lowly, poor, and mean,
    We feel nor discontent nor spleen. read more »

  • 20.
    To A Husband

    This is to the crown and blessing of my life,
    The much loved husband of a happy wife;
    To him whose constant passion found the art
    To win a stubborn and ungrateful heart, read more »

  • 21.
    Wee Wee Husband

    Wee wee husband,
    Give me some money,
    I have no comfits,
    And I have no honey. read more »

  • 22.
    The Perfect Husband

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  • 23.
    Epilogue to The Husband His Own Cuckold

    Like some raw sophister that mounts the pulpit,
    So trembles a young poet at a full pit.
    Unused to crowds, the parson quakes for fear, read more »

  • 24.
    A Wife Mourns For Her Husband

    The dolichos grows and covers the thorn,
    O'er the waste is the dragon-plant creeping.
    The man of my heart is away and I mourn--
    What home have I, ... read more »

New Husband Poems

  1. Al Siddique (The Truth), Mariam Abdelghani
  2. Apni Dehati Wife Ke Sang On The Eve of I.., Bijay Kant Dubey
  3. Villanelle: Trust no one even wife/husba.., T (no first name) Wignesan
  4. The Acrobat, Pat Raia
  5. Husband celebrates, hasmukh amathalal
  6. Let a wife, gajanan mishra
  7. will you still accept me as your husband?, Nikhil Parekh
  8. On her wedding day, gajanan mishra
  9. A pitiable creature, Rm.Shanmugam Chettiar.
  10. Houseworks Are Tennis Games, Ferdinand L Quintos
  11. A Mothers Wish, Melissa Furey
  12. Just The Tattoo Telling The Name of The .., Bijay Kant Dubey
  13. The Ballgame and Grandfather, Seema joglekar
  15. Cause of great unhappiness, gajanan mishra
  16. Marriage, Lawanya Wijesekara
  17. Wife Gets Up Early Before The Husband Wa.., Dr.V.K. Kanniappan
  18. The Histrionics of Kamala Das, Bijay Kant Dubey
  19. Wife Means Cheers, gajanan mishra
  20. Armaments which affect the health of a h.., Dr.V.K. Kanniappan
  21. That simple, Nassy Fesharaki
  22. Life Of Sacrifice, gajanan mishra
  23. Wife and husband, gajanan mishra
  24. I Am Proud Of My Husband!, Shaila Touchton
  25. Aunties Creases, steve stirk
  26. Unnecessary thoughts, Pratikshya Sedhain
  27. Mrs Oldham on the Slow Train and Before., Terry Collett
  28. A Wife's Love, Rm.Shanmugam Chettiar.
  29. What Mother Told Me, Olalekan Joseph Ajayi
  30. Togetherness Is Gone, Hasanudin Sofyan
  31. Mistake of Fact!, Dr.V.K. Kanniappan
  32. Be kind and courteous to the husband, Dr.V.K. Kanniappan
  33. Husband, Aparna Chatterjee
  34. the real wife, mona joseph
  35. Atiogbe, Edward Kofi Louis
  36. Super Woman, Modupe Best
  37. LOLA AURELIA'S LOVE, naida supnet
  38. ' Reciprocal Relationship ', Marvin Brato Sr
  39. ' ICE Sally Being Nosy ', Ency Bearis
  40. Where Is She?, Seun Bewaji
  42. CATH BACK PAIN, otteri selvakumar
  43. Merry Christmas To All Husbands, Chris Jibero
  44. Men would wander, Rm.Shanmugam Chettiar.
  45. .Summer., Bethany Williams
  46. The battle field, Rm.Shanmugam Chettiar.
  47. The Believer's Jointure : Chapter II., Ralph Erskine
  48. The Believer's Jointure : Chapter I., Ralph Erskine
  49. worse makes better, mark nwagwu
  50. The Wife Is Bound By The Law As Long As .., Mo...
  51. Strange but True, sarah hughes
  52. Where It Was At Back Then, Anne Sexton
  53. GOD MADE THE WOMEN, Aldo Kraas
  54. Husband Where Are You?, Ivy Saldana
  55. Dear Lord, new heart
  56. Her Sea Tale, Sandra Martyres
  57. I lament the so called liberty, akram saqib
  58. **Discourses LXV ‘Lesser relationships’, Sadiqullah Khan
  59. halku - 70, Maria Barbara Korynt
  60. My Husband., anju addanki
  61. # # a renewal of love - senryu, Samanyan Lakshminarayanan
  62. Infidelity, Godece Jasmine Rosal
  63. Acid Reflux Anyone, Joe Rosochacki
  64. bloody mess, Alicia Roseberry
  65. *Lady Beneath The Willow, Shelby Renee
  66. 'I ASKED GOD WHY', Rocio Batir
  67. Opaque, thank God!, Daniel Trevelyn Joseph
  68. A Honey-Do List (This is my attempt at a.., Victoria Dame
  69. Bronwyn, Francis Duggan
  70. Happiness: a Haiku, Jim Milks
  71. No Departing, Indira Renganathan
  72. The Seahorse, South Westerner
  73. Lecturer, Daniel Trevelyn Joseph
  74. Scared for life, Holly Somer
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