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.


Mama's Gun And A Postage Stamp by curtis johnson
The postage stamp had now fallen off the envelope but not lost. Tucked away in the box was the stamp that authorized a letter from...

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Categories: america, chicago, history, mother,

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



Premium MemberA Real Class Act by Jack Ellison

Okay, time for a chuckle and have I got a good one

Wife Cathie, VP son Scottie and I went to a garage sale on Saturday

Along...

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Categories: hilarious,

The Gun-hand's Revenge, Part I by David Welch
I.
When Sullivan ‘Reno’ Richards rode into
the small, northern Utah town of Stillman,
he’d been unemployed going on three months
since he’d left his job as a hired...

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Categories: narrative, adventure, history, hurt, judgement,

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,

Premium Memberdaisies in a kettle by doug pederson
On the porch of an old farm house near the  east end of Thackeray’s creek
sat a black rusty kettle with daisies, filled in with...

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Categories: appreciation,

Premium Member25 Funny Proverbs by Jack Ellison

Never argue with a woman when she's tired or rested
One good turn gets most of the blankets
The qualities that most attract a woman to a...

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Categories: funny,

Premium MemberTHE WORLD IN 100 YEARS -OH, PERISH THE THOUGHT by JAN ALLISON
The world in 100 years ... Oh, perish the thought
 
 
Former President, Ronald Dump,  who was cryogenically frozen following his assassination after winning...

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Categories: earth, humorous, moon, political,

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,

Premium MemberIn A Word, Miscommunication by Carol Connell
The old woman shuffled slowly into the small kitchen. Today was a special day. It was her wedding anniversary. While bending over to pull out...

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Categories: anniversary, confusion, humor, husband,

Premium MemberOLD MAN WINTERS FAMED NORTHERN LIGHTS by Michael E. Harris
SUN SAT DOWN, NITE ROLLED IN,
BRINGING ALONG HIS WHISPERING WINDS.
FROST ARRIVED WITH COLD AND CHILL.
THEY WERE ALL EXCITED, EXPECTING A THRILL.
MOON WAS LIT, BUT STILL...

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Categories: creation, culture, imagination, international,

Wild Flowers by KDawn Friel
The Rancher and His Wife's first Spring sprouted an abundance of wild flowers that expressed the truly hidden beauty of their property with their multitude...

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Categories: beautiful, nature,

Ex-Gay, Part I by David Welch
My name, it is Reginald,
and I’ve got a story to tell,
some folks, they will not like it,
they’ll cry out,”Go to hell!”

You see my wife beside...

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Categories: angst, confusion, fear, feelings,

Premium MemberUncle Eldon by Elaine George
Now that I am old,  I see more clearly through my mind's eye, than I did in my youth, all those special people who...

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Categories: dedication,

Premium MemberKNOWING LIFE TEACHES US by jack cooper

As I drift through all the loneliness 
That seems to harness itself to the day
We put ourselves out there in hopes we sway
A love that...

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Categories: emotions, fate, loneliness, love,

Love and Hunting, Part II by David Welch
“Thank God I despise you,”I declared,
“or I’d want to hear more of that!”
She roared,”I’d tell you of his safaris,
if you weren’t so annoying and bad!”

Said...

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Categories: humorous, love, lust, nature,

Love and Hunting, Part I by David Welch
I was moving down an access trail
in my favorite Pennsylvania game land,
heading towards and open meadow,
near which I’d set up a tree stand.

Then came a...

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Categories: humorous, love, lust, nature,

THE LOST SOUL by Patricia Fleming
THE LOST SOUL
By Patricia A. Fleming

Seven AM and I sat at the light,
Watching the train chugging by.
A day like the rest on the way to...

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Categories: life, loss,

Premium MemberEx Cellent by charles messina
It was over thirty years ago 
When I was married the first time 
My mother gave me recipes 
That were favorites of mine
 
Her Italian...

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Categories: appreciation, mother daughter, nice,

The Saving of Joel Claughtrey, Part II by David Welch
For all that day the frantic chase went on,
until evening’s gloom started to spill,
even in the middle of a warm August,
Yukon nights can give a...

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Categories: adventure, family, father son,