Husband Loss Poems

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


Premium MemberNew Pain Of Loss by Sandra Haight
A wish, faint and fading, brings tears to eyes;
     a wish we know cannot come true.
Life suddenly can bring a dark...

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Categories: loss, brother, death, sister, sorrow,

Premium MemberThe Dietetic Duo by Carol Connell
The diet she chose was DASH,
her sodium intake to slash.
The diet he chose was keto,
and he’s losing weight, so neat-o!
Her he didn’t fault
for eating less...

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Categories: fun, husband, loss, wife,



Premium MemberLosing Weight by Julie Leigh Rodeheaver
I’m losing weight again
I needed to for my
health’s sake
I needed to for me

I decided to join
Weight Watchers again
I did so on March 17th
Oh what a...

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Categories: loss, beautiful, beauty, write, writing,

The Taking of a Hero's Wife, Part II by David Welch
The things they screamed at poor Laura
enraged Owen, and made his blood boil,
to harass a widow who’d lost everything…
Was there nothing left they would not...

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Categories: bereavement, courage, loss, love,

The Taking of a Hero's Wife, Part I by David Welch
Owen Kucharski found himself inside
of a rather awkward situation,
all because of a women that he saw
every few days for adult ‘recreation.’

Her name was Laura, and...

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Categories: bereavement, courage, loss, love,

The Journey by Catherine Hamer
The Journey

Watching her suffer with a limited life
I did not cry

Caring and cleaning with all my might
I did not cry

Groomed and abused before my teens
I...

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Categories: abuse, loss, moving on,

They Took My Darling Away From Me by Andrew Crisci
We spent the Holidays together,
Jimmy was a great guy always
welcoming his guests at the door;
Barbara was his wife: a fine lady
with gentle and affectionate ways...
her...

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Categories: grief, longing, loss, memory,

Premium MemberPink Chanel by Gregory R Barden

What horrid irony ...
     I put this suit on because it was his favorite -
      ...

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Categories: courage, death, history, loss,

Soon Enough, Part I by David Welch
Charlotte Wentworth married far too young,
to a man quite rich with old money.
It had seemed such a dream on the big day,
a year later it...

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Categories: angst, life, loss, love,

The Man That He Once Was, Part I by David Welch
In better times, Anders Throne once was
a good husband and loving father,
married to his sweetheart, Rosie Smith,
who’d grown on the Chesapeake waters.

He worked as a...

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Categories: loss, anger, character, faith, hurt,

Premium MemberLEARNING ABOUT PATIENCE by Line Gauthier


Always rushing Always faster
At times I thought I had it coming
That one day due to my impatience
I may be struck blind and forced
To learn my...

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Categories: caregiving, husband, irony, loss,

Life goes on by Aa Harvey
Life goes on.


When I found you sat crying, on that park bench,
With the soggy tissue pressed against your nose.
I simply said excuse me and you...

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Categories: family, grief, loss, lost

The Sea-Cook's Lover, Part II by David Welch
...One night I asked who it was,
she said,”Just a man I used to know.”
She would never say more than that,
so I decided wisely to let...

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Categories: loneliness, loss, lost love,

After Forever by Carissa Marie
Red lips taste sweeter
Than the chapped skin
Of the mother of your children.
Perfectly coiled curls
And low-cut silk nighties
Slip easily through your fingers
While your wife changes a...

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Categories: divorce, family, husband, loss,

Divorce by Judy Jaisinghani
Divorce
Let me start by giving you  a small  anecdote
About  a husband and wife at the divorce court
Ranting and Raving till the judge...

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Categories: change, feelings, introspection, loss,

Premium MemberHero: The Pond by Sandra Haight
Beside the pond, they stand in fright
of what the neighbors brought to light,
in fear of what they now will find;
dark woeful thoughts in every mind.

Fire...

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Categories: hero, loss, sad,

I'm thinking of becoming a veggie by Elizabeth Kinch
My great grandfather was a butcher
And my grandad to,
My mum delivered the butchers meat
In a little van of blue.

My husband is a farmer's son
And we...

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Categories: loss, animal, depression, farm, food,

DESTINY- HEARTBREAK AND LOSS by Iswarya Rajan
DATE:13-11-17
CONTEST NAME: "CHOOSE A TOPIC" CONTEST
TOPIC: HEART BREAK AND LOSS

"I'm yours forever" he promised
But fate had it all vanished
Masses who called them perfectly paired
Here and...

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Categories: loss, absence, cry, death, depression,

Premium MemberA Child Taken Too Soon by Julie Leigh Rodeheaver
He was only 19 years old
The only child
that I would ever have 
My precious son
and now he is gone
for being in the wrong
place at the...

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Categories: death, grief, loss,

Premium MemberStory of the Hungry Poor Child by James Edward Lee Sr.
Mommy, if I make up my bed
Which consist of old Sunday newspapers
Could I have, can I have a slice of bread
And if I sweep the...

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Categories: loss, blessing, blue, caregiving, cheer