Husband Narrative Poems

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


Premium MemberSEWING MACHINE by JEAN MURRAY
Sewing machine, long idle, gathered dust
in Grandma's loft I found, the week after we
laid her to rest next to her slain husband.
He was only twenty...

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Categories: appreciation, farewell, funeral, granddaughter,

Premium MemberMy Precious Daughter, Cheri by Marilyn S Jennings
My Precious Daughter, Cheri

Cheri, the Lord has wanted to tell you what He thinks about
you and your life, your walk with Him and, He has
commissioned...

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Categories: birthday, encouraging,



VULNERABLE WHO by VIJAI PANT
She appeared vulnerable
When a professional assignment
Brought two complete strangers together
Sharing with an unknown
All about herself
A ‘failed’ marriage, an ‘abusive’ husband
She ‘sitting’ beside him,
While he was...

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Categories: satire, woman, word play,

Premium MemberMuscatine,Iowa was my kind of town by Caren Krutsinger
In the early 70’s my husband and our first baby, Angela, moved to Muscatine, Iowa, in the middle of the night, in the summer time....

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Categories: animal, community, fun, funny,

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,

Premium MemberSeven Years by Michelle Faulkner
     When are our best years? So many in this society seem to think it is their youth, or their twenties....

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Categories: appreciation, depression, husband, introspection,

EMPTY PROMISES HE MADE by PoeticMonwa Monwa
EMPTY PROMISES HE MADE

His vows on a piece of paper he wrote
It was written; I quote,
"In happiness and in sadness,
In poverty and in wealth,
In sickness...

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Categories: abuse, heartbreak, husband,

Premium MemberBurlap and Satin Rewind by Nancy Wolter
I’m awake by 6:00.
While stars shimmer
I jostle my husband
Who sleeps soundly
Upon dampened sheets.

Tom is burlap 
While I am satin.
Wishing myself out
Of my cartoon pajamas
I struggle...

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Categories: blessing, caregiving, love,

Thugging For Peace, Part II by David Welch
The lead thug burst forth, swinging at Max,
catching him with a fist just under the eye,
Max pitched backwards, fell to the floor,
off-balanced, he slammed hard...

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Categories: confidence, freedom, mother, political,

Premium MemberRHAPSODY IN BLUE by JAN ALLISON
We’d been engaged for so many years, content in each other’s company.
Never had the urge to get married, just thought we’d be together for eternity

Then...

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Categories: cancer, heartbreak, sad love,

Premium MemberIn The Middle Of The Night by Caren Krutsinger
In the early 70’s my husband and our first baby, Angela, moved to Muscatine, Iowa, in the middle of the night, in the summer time....

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Categories: 6th grade, 7th grade,

Premium MemberDon't Be A Wimp by Caren Krutsinger
“Don’t be a wimp!” My husband yelled at me from the upstairs window.

He had already thrown a couch, and broken the legs off; now he...

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Categories: 10th grade, 11th grade,

Premium MemberI Barely Know These People by Caren Krutsinger
We carry our phones now.
We call them I-phones.
Not sure if this is because we are Internet-aware
Or simply I’s instead of We’s now.
It’s time to exchange...

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Categories: 10th grade, 11th grade,

My Day Part 2 continued From Part 1 by Christine Phillips
Continued  From My Day Part1
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Just as I thought of it a little old woman stumbled up beside me and greeted me with a funny...

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Categories: adventure, appreciation, beauty, blessing,

I Had No Clue It Was Valentines Day Part 1 by Christine Phillips
I had no clue it was Valentine’s Day
Because no one said happy Valentine’s Day
I had no clue it was valentines’ Day
Because I had no one...

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Categories: angel, celebration, community, confidence,

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,

I Still Do by curtis johnson
When God saw a universe filled with darkness and void, He said, "Let there be light". In essence, when we first met, I saw the...

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Categories: devotion, husband, love, marriage,

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,

For Honor, Part IV by David Welch
IV.
Boyce arrived and stared in disbelief
At the bloody and violent scene.
“Guess restraining orders didn’t work!
said Carter,"Luckily, she learned from a marine.”

Carter turned then the Deputy...

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Categories: evil, faith, family, father