Poems About: HUSBAND
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349.Sonnet: When Kinship Fight …
Two women fight: one is my own sister!
The other is my better half- my wife;
Husband to one: to the other, brother;
What only can a man do in his life? read more »Dr John Celes
Seated at my Uncle's funeral fire
Are family close, all well attired
In the middle of them like a well fed hen
Is he who took aim, and recompense read more »Charlotte Ballard
So of course he was addicted,
If massage was a lesson in school,
He would’ve picked it. read more »phillip whiteman
352.A Visit to Victoria's Secret
I made a left
and pulled into the huge
Staten Island Mall parking lot
my sister and Nancy hopped out read more »Charles Chaim Wax
353.Sea War's Widow
The sea sleeps with silent battles,
Such force met with the waiting widow.
Her smile as slow as the tides, rising.
She tunes her patience with stormy petrel songs read more »Masiela Lusha
354.'LOVE DIED YOUNG'
They met at the local library
One cold wintry day
They had nice conversation
And later met again at read more »Becky LaPrarie
355.A Proud Of My Husband
My husband Vinny Christensen
He's now thirty seven, but he looks younger
He has beautiful eyes with his sweet smile
Making my heart beats a little faster. read more »Rae Christensen
'Woman places corpse of husband in closet.
Linah B-,64, said her husband died
In October 31 in either 1977 or 1978 and she
Put him in a closet because she read more »Edward Steinhardt
357.My Wishing and Hoping Of My Two Children
When I became a mother, I was wishing, and hoping, to gain knowledge.
I was studying reading, spelling, self learning. To educate, them. And
have a good job, for themselves. At the meantime. I could not do it
without my husband's help. read more »Pota L. Stylos
God is unseen partner,
in every relationship;
between husband and wife,
even as God's Holy read more »Rev. Lawrence London
Eliza, what fools are the Mussulman sect,
Who to woman deny the soul's future existence!
Could they see thee, Eliza, they'd own their defect,
And this doctrine would meet with a general resistance. read more »George Gordon Byron
360.ROCKETS TO ROSES
Dedicated to My late husband Robert McFarland
Not so long ago in happier days rockets were needed
to put a man on the moon.
My husband succeeded. Then came retirement, what would he do? read more »Mary E. McFarland