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Marriage Narrative Poems

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

The New Puritans, Part I
I was playing near a college town,
people pay money to hear my jokes,
when back-clad fools charged upon stage,
at first I thought it was a hoax.

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Categories: culture, how i feel,

Something About Ed's Wife, Part II
We though she was just feeling alone,
and we wanted to be there for our friend,
but what happened when we stepped inside
shocked both me and my...

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Categories: friend, life, loss, marriage,

Something About Ed's Wife, Part I
I first met Ed’s wife when he moved in next door,
it was hard not to see such a beauty,
nearly six feet, with long, honey-blonde hair,

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Categories: friend, life, loss, marriage,

Don't Let the Bread Get Stale
Don’t let the bread get stale came about when I had this huge crush on my lil sweetheart at work. I began putting snacks in...

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Categories: care, encouraging, god, trust,

It was one of those nights full of thunder that I emerged from my deep slumber into the darkness.
Indeed, lightning was the only light,
It rained...

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Categories: beautiful, desire, emotions, night,

Weight Free
I Lost Weight -
What is weight? - The amount or quantity of heaviness or mass, amount a thing weighs
Verb - To add weight to;...

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Categories: endurance, freedom, health, how

Premium Member Rassphrass and LeRoy's Love Story
Rassaphrass’s husband LeRoy went out for garlic bread on a Tuesday.  She ate all the spaghetti and meatballs before he returned, to teach him...

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Categories: fun,

Premium Member My Greatest Adventure

The greatest adventure of my lifetime took place in a quaint little town on the East Coast  ---  a town whose...

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Categories: anniversary, blessing, celebration, children,

Premium Member The Bug Jar Part 1
This was written by my brother, Bob Contino. This is a longer more detailed version of my last poem posted, Chicken Coop Chronicle.

When I was...

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Categories: family, love, memory, poverty,

Was a virgin
long time
waited until he
pulled back that veil
He kissed me for the first time.
Never wanted to be
Handled nor touched
Became weak, for the musk of...

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Categories: marriage,

Premium Member Absorbing England
  the wealth of norman England is poised to grow
  towns enlarge, markets exchange, a fresh fertilising sprinkled culture
  kingdoms extend with...

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© Ian Love  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: england, history, identity, immigration,

Premium Member England - gleaming in the distance
  across the doggerland dogged people trudge
  Neanderthals, Heidelbergers...Sapiens, the last ones standing
  hairy mammoths, heavy life bearing down
  the mighty...

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© Ian Love  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: conflict, destiny, england, history,

Premium Member I Was So Lost
I Was So Lost

I had been raised in church but a religious church.
They did acknowledge there was a God but
His Son was pictured as dead...

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Categories: appreciation, baptism, truth,

Money is better than barter
Money is better than share
Money takes you further than you dare
Though hands,  not money built my walls
Hands put together materials...

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Categories: betrayal, funny, how i

It was Sunday night,
My husband’s family created 
A remarkable unresolvable lifelong scar.
The scar that changed my life.

I can never forget that day,
The day when me...

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Categories: feelings, heartbreak, heartbroken, jealousy,

Family Remembers, Part III

Four months following Marie’s conviction,
Jana walked calmly into the prison,
there to see her former sister-in-law,
doing twenty years for sale and possession.

She had a purpose she...

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Categories: anger, dark, divorce, family,

Family Remembers, Part II

It was two full days after this charade
when Marie was told the grim news,
her ex-husband had been shanked in prison,
killed by two illegal alien youths.


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Categories: anger, dark, divorce, family,

Family Remembers, Part I

Robby had been married going on eight years,
2hen his Marie demanded a divorce,
whe had been planning, lawyering up,
and instantly dragged it into the court.

Poor Robby...

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Categories: anger, dark, divorce, family,

The Ritual
Oh my darling, a white picket fence,
Oh my darling, a polite cricket wench,
In my face, you can't see, my soul.

Oh, my darling, oh, my darling,...

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© Robert Fox  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: betrayal, community, fantasy, hurt,

The residual effect still lingers on

The night we met was oh so exciting

Electricity filled the air

From across the crowded room we stared at each other


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Categories: blessing, emotions, fantasy, humor,