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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.


Weight Free by Colette Dright
I Lost Weight -
What is weight? Dictionary.com - 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 MemberRassphrass and LeRoy's Love Story by Caren Krutsinger
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 MemberMy Greatest Adventure by Curtis Moorman
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 MemberThe Bug Jar Part 1 by Carol Connell
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,

Premium MemberBORN AGAIN FREAK by Vicki Acquah
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 MemberAbsorbing England by Ian Love
  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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Categories: england, history, identity, immigration,

Premium MemberEngland - gleaming in the distance by Ian Love
  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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Categories: conflict, destiny, england, history,

Premium MemberI Was So Lost by Marilyn S Jennings
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 by Vidya Raghunathan
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

THE BITTER SCAR OF MY LIFE by NAOREM JENNY
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 by David Welch
III-Jana

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 by David Welch
II-Marie

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.

When...

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Categories: anger, dark, divorce, family,

Family Remembers, Part I by David Welch
I-Robby

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 by Robert Fox
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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Categories: betrayal, community, fantasy, hurt,

Addicted by Vivian Faulkner
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

Our...

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Categories: blessing, emotions, fantasy, humor,

Premium MemberAre You Waiting On Him by Marilyn S Jennings
Are You Waiting On HIM?

You who have been given a vision or a promise from the LORD that you are truly looking forward to its...

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Categories: spiritual, wisdom,

Premium MemberNever Called Son by Caren Krutsinger
I was  a middle child, 
the middle of three unwanted children
Our mother was English, an actress,
who had the misfortune of
loving our father, who abandoned...

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Categories: 11th grade, 12th grade,

Space Queen by David Allan
Her girlfriends called her space queen, told me behind her back,
But I saw right away, the character that they lacked,
She said this, or she said...

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Categories: love, marriage,

The Death of Marriage by Steve Zak
It looked so right on paper to everyone; but when the night embraced her she was alone, still wanting to believe in love. 

Her footsteps...

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Categories: heartbreak, loneliness, loss, lost

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,