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Best Old Ball And Chain Poems

Below are the all-time best Old Ball And Chain poems written by Poets on PoetrySoup. These top poems in list format are the best examples of old ball and chain poems written by PoetrySoup members


Premium Member Camping and fishing
Covered in muck, dust, dirt and filth,
The rods were pulled from the shed,
Brought inside, through the kitchen,
And laid all over the bed.

And the tackle box...

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Categories: old ball and chain, freedom, humorous,
Form: Quatrain



Milo Minderbinder IV
You’re a club-tie glad hand social climber
If ever there were one, Minderbinder
Meticulous craft, your domination
Smile bowed, so proud of your lofty station

Your known carnival of...

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Categories: old ball and chain, character, vanity,
Form: Sonnet
Ball and Chain
well, there you go, sweetheart; 
i have done it at last - 
the unthinkable, the reckless, the bold 
and possibly suicidal thing...
i have gritted my...

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Categories: old ball and chain, devotion, love, weddingheart, heart, life,
Form: Free verse
Eternal Ring
Gold never ending, left fourth finger ornament
Inscription inside tells the beginning date for the union
God's joining, never severed
Love's symbol placed loving by a joyous December...

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Categories: old ball and chain, husband
Form: Romanticism
UNTITLED
When she returned back from Chicago
she wasn't quite the same woman,
She returned having dark secrets of her own
secrets that she's not revealing.
Her husband was back...

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Categories: old ball and chain, confusion, husband, love, wife, dark, dark,
Form: Narrative



UNTITLED
When she returned back from Chicago
she wasn't quite the same woman,
She returned having dark secrets of her own
secrets that she's not revealing.
Her husband was back...

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Categories: old ball and chain, confusion, husband, love, wife, dark, dark,
Form: Narrative
Burdened
I have been touched 
Impressed, by you 
Have emotions spoken over my logic?
Harsh in tone and impulsive in decision
Never have I known this much confusion
Of...

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Categories: old ball and chain, lost love,
Form: Free verse