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Husband Iambic Pentameter Poems

These Husband Iambic Pentameter poems are examples of Iambic Pentameter poems about Husband. These are the best examples of Iambic Pentameter Husband poems written by international poets.

Blood and Envy: A Cautionary Christmas Poem
Blood and Envy - A Cautionary Christmas Poem
By Jude S. Walko 

Twas some time after All Hallows Eve.
The roof started to leak like a sieve.

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Categories: boy, christmas, father son,

Premium Member Winter Olympics 1994
The nineteen-ninety-four Olympic games
were held in Norway that specific year;
the thing that I remember, shame of shames...
two women athletes made the news...oh, dear.

Named Tonya Harding,...

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Categories: horror, sports, winter,

Premium Member If I Could Change The Past
September eleven, two-thousand-one...
dark age of homeland terror had begun.
If only I could change this horrid past,
alleviate deep pain from grief at last.

Three thousand souls were...

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Categories: bereavement, death, family, farewell,

Where It All Goes
Cold fate, indifferent bridegroom to the soul
Has torn away with rough hands his wife’s veil
If only for a word that could console
Bright light inside our...

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Categories: grief, husband, loss, marriage,

The Disenchanted Cottage
The Disenchanted Cottage

There was a clearing in the wood where once a charming cottage stood.
It was a dark and dismal land, a barren place of...

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Categories: family, mystery,

Premium Member Special Birthday Party
Special Birthday Party

June twelfth, two thousand twelve, a special date
     for all our family to gather near
to offer tribute and to...

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Categories: birthday, tribute,

 Warning, this poem is dark. It is inspired by the  Canterbury Tales by Geoffrey Chaucer.

Gather around and hear of the strange day,
When three...

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© Del Higgs  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: dark,

Premium Member Midnight Trysts
She flees the marriage bed so many nights
to satisfy base urges while he sleeps.
Apparently, he doesn't know...

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Categories: chocolate, food, night, sexy,

Premium Member Midlife Choice
Midlife Choice

A midlife challenge offered me its hand...
with careful thought, I took the challenge up.
This choice I made...some could not understand
why this endeavor would help...

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Categories: dedication, education, emotions, growth,

A Wife of Noble Character
A wife of noble character,
Is guerdon from the hand of God.
She works all day with eager hands,
Invests herself in every job.

She is not proud but...

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© Amy McCoy  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: caregiving, happiness, leadership, marriage,

Premium Member Burlap and Satin
Burlap and Satin

He labors in the field 'neath blazing sun
   below a sky of blue with clouds of white;

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Categories: husband, inspirational, perspective, relationship,

Premium Member God Help Ye Weary Gentleman, Let Nothing You Dismay

A Partridge perched upon a tree
entices him to throw something!
When songbirds sing and flap their wings  
two turtle doves, cause headache pain.
Those mocking words,...

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Categories: funny, holiday, humorous, husband,

Premium Member A Poem of Ruth
The tears well up, and scarce could she not moan
When father, brother, husband, all have died.
She now has no possessions, neither home,
But travels to a...

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Categories: bible, devotion, faith, journey,

Modern Cinderella
Imprisoned by clammy apron strings
She squats amidst domestic disorder
Dirty dishes, smelly household linens
Blackened pots and foamy dishwater.

Hastily, she conjures breakfast on the table
While vigilantly eyeing...

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Categories: introspection,

For the seasons bring thoughts to my young mind, 
The reaction to each accordingly, 
Your thought brings one season in mind to find, 
I smile,...

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Categories: adventure, anniversary, girlfriend-boyfriend, happiness,

They said I was young, they said I was foolish
As I made many mistakes of all types
They misunderstood; I was taking those risks
To find some...

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Categories: angst, confusion, death, dedication,

Nobody Home
I don't sit home waiting for love to come call,
though I'm spending all my time alone;
the next time I hear love knock on my heart,

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Categories: husband, introspection, life, loss,