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Poems About: HUSBAND

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  • 313.
    My Spouse Nancy

    'Husband, husband, cease your strife,
    Nor longer idly rave, Sir;
    Tho' I am your wedded wife read more »

    Robert Burns
  • 314.
    I Have Sucked The Breast Of A Widow Whom You May Call Yasoda

    I have sucked the breast of a widow
    Who lost her husband at the age of nine
    And was unable to remember her husband
    Who died of typhoid read more »

    Bijay Kant Dubey
  • 315.
    a friend from nevada

    she got divorced and moving on with her life
    for a third husband and she says she is careful now

    not about love, because there is none since the first husband read more »

  • 316.
    In Love's Memory

    Two thousand seven, two eight less one,
    In gusts of lust the deed was done.
    Quenched at length, sans innocence;
    Her kin’s dissent fell vainly pled read more »

    Alto Lee Thomas, Jr.
  • 317.
    A Grieving Widow

    From the cemetery in Cameron Street she's a short walk away
    And often at her husband's grave for his soul she does pray
    An old miner of the black coal two years ago he died
    Soon she will go to join him to lay forever by his side. read more »

    Francis Duggan
  • 318.
    Husband's exit

    Widow comes in existence with husband's exit
    Painful memories to last with shaky feet
    Whole life is in dark with no solution in sight
    Life becomes burden and nothing goes right read more »

    hasmukh amathalal
  • 319.
    The Separated Women

    The Separated Women
    Go lying through the land,
    For they have plenty dresses,
    And money, too, in hand; read more »

    Henry Lawson
  • 320.
    My Future Husband - Keeng Royalness Troy Turner

    Stay over there!
    Said he of dark and golden hair.
    Who me? Yes me Queen Royalty Patreni!
    I am the girl Keeng Troy will wed. read more »

    QueenPatrenia Turner, Royalty Ph.d. Queen Of England
  • 321.
    Generation Next Motto

    'U love someone
    U marry someone else. read more »

    Shashidhar Kumar
  • 322.
    The Hillside

    On a hillside in the North
    a drummer boy marches
    parading through flying lead
    wading through marshes read more »

    William Blake Beckett
  • 323.
    Still you believe marriages are heavenly....

    Our only daughter is our pride
    Graduated in flying colours without a guide
    Won a seat in Management, as she so did decide
    Went ahead with a programme in marketing side read more »

    Bashyam Narayanan
  • 324.
    They Were In Love

    There was a girl
    and a boy
    they were so cuie
    and in love read more »

    lexxiey scott
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