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Married Poems - Poems about Married

Married Poems - Examples of all types of poems about married to share and read. This list of new poems is composed of the works of modern poets of PoetrySoup. Read short, long, best, and famous examples for married.
Premium Member The Good Father
...ves a father named OLIVER whom I know very well. Clearly a biological one, but Oliver was never a GOOD father. OLIVER married the mother of his son, but never respected her. He spent some time in prison and also was a fugitive for severa......Read More
Categories: married, family, father, fathers day,
Form: Verse

Premium Member His Lifes Work
...k down a dollar bill. He had recorded two hundred and ninety-one ways. It had taken him fifty-four years. He had not married. Had no children. Had never held a job. This had encompassed his entire life. He decided to publish his find......Read More
Categories: married, pain,
Form: Prose Poetry
Premium Member RELATIVE HISTORY- was real quiet and calm 1974 the UFC barcode developed invented 1975 Matsua/JVC introduce the VHS January 1976 married that year Relative history also in Italy earthquakes in the Philippines tidal waves Elvis Presley dies Sa......Read More
Categories: married, analogy, appreciation, engagement, history,
Form: Dramatic Verse
Premium Member My dad
...a kettle and as he aged out in our three homes he did settle. A world war II vet he served in the navy and once out he married and they had three babies. Dad had been a lawyer and eventually became a judge. He was not a snooty person and s......Read More
Categories: married, dad,
Form: Light Verse
Premium Member Dapper Dan
...There once lived a man in Katchikan His name, I believe, was Dapper Dan He was never married But he never tarried He kept moving as fast as man can. written June 18, 2021 ......Read More
Categories: married, humor,
Form: Limerick

Premium Member Flawed existence
...eams of the future, in bed I would lay I will have a romantic husband, a life of love and care With great joy I got married, about reality was unaware My mother-in-law was  ever critical of all I did I wore a MASK of joy, my tears I......Read More
Categories: married, life,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Your Words
... Your words cut like a knife, ......Read More
Categories: married, family, friend, heart, words,
Form: Free verse
...ic doctor at the hospital ,my grandchild a grandparent of other ,foe of the past friends of the future ,yesterday love married couple then.........Read More
Categories: married, 1st grade,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member The House
... The house,                                                                        ......Read More
Categories: married, flower, house, humor, sea,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Full Circle
... When I was little it was off to the playground we would go,    my cheeks would have a rosy p......Read More
Categories: married, child, fun, memory, smile,
Form: Rhyme
a dull day
...A Dull Day It was a dull morning and since my old friends had married when I was at sea, I felt rather lonely and had a boiled egg for breakfast. Took a bus down to the pier where......Read More
Categories: married, africa, blue, butterfly, character,
Form: Blank verse
... Monday I am born Tuesday I learn to walk Wednesday I will become a man Thursday I am married Friday I’ll become a father Saturday I see my grandchildren Sunday I meet my maker Repeat.........Read More
Categories: married, age, allegory, birth, death,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member IF LOVING YOU IS-
...'t compromise your morals and who you at the core. Then as I digested the lyrics of this song; loving a man that’s married and doesn't belong to you is wrong and it’s best to stay on the “ right” side of the tracks. Alexis ......Read More
Categories: married, for him, love,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Keeping Up Appearances, well-to-do man and wife festooned and held up to a pedestal as an ideal married couple. They were coined a "match made in heaven" by their sizeable circle of fr......Read More
Categories: married, conflict, dark, irony, marriage,
Form: Narrative
... Withered to a skeleton, down forty kilos, Bed sores were protected by many pillows, Cancer had eaten away his life, Married forty five years, to his devoted wife. My son and my father were inseparable, Their love for each other immeas......Read More
Categories: married, son,
Form: Rhyme

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