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Wife Narrative Poems

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


Snowflakes With Biting Teeth by curtis johnson
After graduating from high school,  I left the South and moved North to the Windy City of Chicago in search of a better way...

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Categories: christmas, december, holiday, weather,

Premium MemberHome early from work by Gershon Wolf
Home early from work
   Yippee! Yippee!
Hey, you guys
   It's really me!

What's this I hear?
   Not a sound --
The house...

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Categories: family, husband, loss, wife,



Premium MemberThomas Found The Philosopher's Stone by Caren Krutsinger
Thomas was walking through his favorite part of the forest,
where the overturned giant oak tree has been a sitting spot
for him since childhood, the part...

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Categories: 10th grade, 11th grade,

The Night Before Deer Season by Jennifer Harding
Twas the night before deer season
and all through the town
all the hunters were campin';
there was no one around.

The guys weren't all snuggled 
and warm in...

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Categories: america, animal, autumn, culture,

I Have a Pecan Tree by Colette Dright
I found a pecan on the ground
I picked it up when no one was around
Sitting in the hall outside of class crying because her classmates...

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Categories: cheer up, encouraging, heartbreak,

For a Moment in Time - NFL by Colette Dright
NFL - National Football League

Football allows the world and fans to witness historical moments in time.
I am from New Orleans, home of the New Orleans...

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Categories: football, memory, sports, thank

The former Double Life Of Matthew Scott Harris by matthew harris
The (former) Double Life Of Matthew Scott Harris

Dove finch he following iniquitous
     licentious, lecherous longing
     extinguished quite
some...

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Categories: grief, hurt, meaningful, memory,

Jason's Testimony by Paul Nairne
Today's lesson..

Pastor Jason couldn't understand it, he had heard about his father's upcoming wedding a week before the event, though he disapproved of the bride...

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Categories: betrayal, father, father son,

Haunting The Ghost by David Welch
I’ve been haunting this old gothic
since nineteen eighty,
when I died from a brain tumor
at the age of sixty-three.

I cannot leave this antique home,
I am well-bound...

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Categories: death, forgiveness, heaven, house,

Premium MemberLisa: My Romance by Victor Buhagiar
I sit in front of my brand new computer, flex my hand, and poise my fingers over the keyboard.

It does not take me long to...

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Categories: love, romance, writing,

Premium MemberDudleys Letter Part 6 by Maurice Rigoler
Part 6

For women are not of that strength of mind 
as men be, and cannot carry the burdens 
suited only to men. Her error, then,...

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Categories: bible, history, religion,

Premium MemberDudleys Letter Part 5 by Maurice Rigoler
Part 5

But what, then, if she refuse that reformation 
of the heart, what hope doth she have? Is she 
not condemned by the very Spirit...

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Categories: bible, history, religion,

Him Too, or The Drowning Femenist, Part I by David Welch
Dylan Carston was a well-off young man,
thanks to a large and health trust fund,
his father was a true Wall Street ace
and had been quite generous...

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Categories: abuse, anger, beach, dark,

Forgetting Where You Came From, Part III by David Welch
...In a fury Malcolm shot to his feet,
shouted ‘Uncle Tom!’ in a moment of heat,
got into his car, a half-dead pinto,
in a cloud of dust...

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Categories: brother, change, family, growing

Forgetting Where You Came From, Part II by David Welch
...“While I march for justice in our neighborhood,
you were out here running ’round in the woods.
While I protested to bring about change,
you sold out to...

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Categories: brother, change, family, growing

Forgetting Where You Came From, Part I by David Welch
Booker MaCline stared out with his young eyes
at the rolling hills and trees of great sizes,
West Virginia’s landcape, so much different,
the plane ride here every...

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Categories: brother, change, family, growing

Premium Membercockney geezer by Roy Pett
I was born within the sound of Bow bells in the east end of London, this makes me a true cockney, I own a cock...

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Categories: england, humor, identity, london,

Letter to Watchman Nee by Mark Frank
I met your readings as a teenager
The words from your mouth blessed me
I started to mediate word upon word
Knowing the sacrifice, we need when we...

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Categories: education, love,

Meet On The Upper Floor by Christine Phillips
What would the rich do without the poor?
If there was no poor to clean the floor
What would the rich do without the poor?
If there was...

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Categories: beauty, change, emotions, friendship

Everything That Was Old by Steve Crismond
Now that everything that was old,
Now is new,
It is as confusing as,
Living on the corner of,
Sunset Blvd.,
And Sunrise Ave.
My daughter and my wife.
...

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Categories: angst,