Poems About: HUSBAND
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37.' ICE Sally Being Nosy '
Sally is just a typical woman and nosy
Upon reading this note - ICE Sally
and with her contact phone number
She got furious like a tiger, after read more »Ency Bearis
38.Wife Gets Up Early Before The Husband Wakes Up!
If one self’s husband,
Even though he is lame
without fair complexion,
he is equivalent to the son of read more »Dr.V.K. Kanniappan
Auntie ironed creases
On all the clothing pieces
So that her kids and husband wouldn't carp
She wouldn't by devices read more »steve stirk
40.Mistake of Fact!
Male crow! Female crow!
Love each other,
Wife and husband; read more »Dr.V.K. Kanniappan
41.I lament the so called liberty
I lament the so called liberty
That has made me the slave
Of my lust and lost me into dust read more »akram saqib
Rabbits hopping around the glossy meadow
Children playing on their swing set
The dog playing with the cat on the patio
My husband cooking up a barbeque read more »Bethany Williams
43.Men would wander
Stigma attached to widowhood removed,
No woman would care to nurse her husband.
Disgrace clung to divorce taken away,
No woman would tolerate her husband. read more »Rm.Shanmugam Chettiar.
Wife was read more »otteri selvakumar
45.Scared for life
Her and her husband just had a child
But little did they know her husbands callege was hurt
He came up with an idea and went with it straight out
She screamed from the pain read more »Holly Somer
46.Opaque, thank God!
One woman is gossiping with her husband
How another woman is all the time
Complaining about her husband about
All small, small things: and this husband read more »Daniel Trevelyn Joseph
47.The Gypsy Temptress
She, the exotic beauty
Lay wrapped in crimson silk
And Smiles seductively
The sweet fragrance of her expensive perfume read more »Waltzing Mouse
48.UNDER THE BLACK SKIES
She is my friend
And she walks the street of Toronto with her husband and Mabel her Belog Dog under black skies
But the rain keeps falling down non stop
And poor Mabel gets wet from the rain read more »Aldo Kraas