Top 100 Poems About: HUSBAND

In this page, poems on / about “husband” are listed.
  • 1.
    A Husband...

    A husband should be
    Loyal and honest

    A husband should be read more »

    sarah holmes
  • 2.
    *Lady Beneath The Willow

    She sits there by the creek, alone and lost
    Small, fragile, and dressed in white
    After months, this poor girl is still hurting so bad
    She no longer has any strength to fight read more »

    Shelby Renee
  • 3.
    My Husband.

    Husband is someone;
    You spend most of your life with.
    And with him;
    You are for years. read more »

    anju addanki
  • 4.
    My Husband, My Soldier, My Hero, My Friend

    When its late at night
    And I am all alone
    I look up at the sky
    And remember you are gone read more »

    Courtney Lane
  • 5.
    My Husband

    It is true:
    My husband
    has never
    taken out read more »

    Erica Francis
  • 6.
    Go Girl

    Go girl you're in the business world now;
    you have a career, children, and a husband. You've come a long way girl—from woman suffrage.
    You can be head of house girl—and
    your man may be house-husband if you choose. Go Girl, Go Girl, Go Girl . . . You may be head of state hold any job of read more »

    Fay Poole
  • 7.
    A Farmers Poem

    'I don't like Poetry'
    Said the husband to the wife..
    'I've no time for such things
    I live a Farmers life' read more »

    Connetta Jean
  • 8.
    A Husband

    I'm looking for a husband, you know the sort of chap
    The kind of guy who copes with things and never has a flap
    The one who fixes cars and bikes and often mows the lawn
    Takes the kids on Sunday hikes while I with hammock yawn read more »

    Christopher Higginson
  • 9.
    Bitter experience of my first night

    I was alone near my husband,
    I was afraid of near my husband.
    When he came closed to me and,
    made me unveil, I was gazing the floor. read more »

    Rani Madhubala
  • 10.
    My husband

    You're my husband
    What I'll never meet
    You're my husband
    What I'll neve see close to me read more »

    Linda Sonrisa
  • 11.

    He says he loves me, yet he'd rather be apart
    He said he trusts me, just not with his heart.
    I wonder all the time how could I of let this be
    Why did I make the wrong choices read more »

    Annie Lewis
  • 12.
    the real wife

    Teaches her children to love and serve God always
    Honors her husband and loves him sacrificially
    Engages in learning activities that promote holiness in her
    marriage read more »

    mona joseph
  • 13.
    My Family

    My brother Lee Wagner and wife
    My sister Billies Rose and husband George Tmeple
    Me and my Husband Walter Hoffpavir
    My sister Jewel Dyan and husband Curtis Diyon read more »

    Artie T. Hoffpauir
  • 14.

    He married her
    She knew it was fate
    He became her husband due to
    their chances. read more »

    Natasa Tocuc
  • 15.
    The Nagging Wife

    The Nagging Wife

    She nagged and nagged till the husband couldn't take it no longer read more »

    David Stuart Jones
  • 16.
    An African Woman I am... a Blessing or a Curse

    I wake up! at the crack of dawn,
    Its still dark outside,
    The sun still stretching and darkness insist to hold its ground.
    Without complaining I pick my bucket, read more »

    Vivian Muciri
  • 17.
    The Seahorse

    The seahorse doesn’t do divorce:
    It picks a spouse for life.
    The wife’s the husband and, perforce,
    The husband is the wife. read more »

    South Westerner
  • 18.
    The Very First Christmas with my Husband

    2008 is the most wonderful year for me, the ever blessed by God,
    The very first Christmas with my husband, truly, be very glad!
    Morning, afternoon and evening dwells through European breeze,
    Snow flakes in Romania might be at the deepest, coolest freeze! read more »

    Simonette Brebenariu
  • 19.
    Christmas Cheer

    Good husband and huswife, now chiefly be glad,
    Things handsome to have, as they ought to be had. read more »

    Thomas Tusser
  • 20.

    I'm here
    Hearing the silent screams of the stars
    Seeing the bright darkness of the air
    And I wonder read more »

    Godece Jasmine Rosal
  • 21.
    Husband Where Are You?

    Can you feel the music play? I think about you everyday, husband of mine where are you?

    I see you arms around me as, your growing love surrounds me, can you feel it to, husband where are you? read more »

    Ivy Saldana
  • 22.

    Her husband lay dying
    You took her on holiday
    Her children cried
    You laughed and had fun read more »

    Marali Ann
  • 23.
    Super Woman

    She is very strong, does not complain about anything
    she makes mistake, but still move on
    Her husband is so proud of her
    She takes responsibility, husband home or not. read more »

    Modupe Best
  • 24.
    Husband? Soldier? Or neither?

    How is the life of a husband different than that of a solider?
    Do you not sacrifice everything in both cases?
    Do you not love your brothers-in-arms as much as you do your wife and children?
    Is not your country just as important as your family? read more »

    James McArthur
  • 25.
    Let my husband know

    Let my husband know
    that this, my veil, sprouted from my skull
    like milk bursting with fat spurts from a crusty fissure.
    The veil, smoke from the flume. read more »

    Maya Sarishvili
  • 26.
    The Acrobat

    When she was young
    and newly married
    she bent over backward
    to reach read more »

    Pat Raia
  • 27.
    Husband Of Mine

    Husband of Mine
    If I forgot to tell you I love you, I am sorry, sometimes I lose my mind. Please I beg, don’t you ever get confused, I love you all the time.
    Baby you are the light that guides my way, and you remind me that love is true, God exists to me only because I feel this for you. That life’s worth living, that the breeze is cool, and that the sun is hot –you make me feel alive, and I know I make you feel the same way too –there’s no way we could not.
    Husband of mine read more »

    Leo August
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