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Husband Prose Poems

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


Pour mon Mari, (For my husband)
Voues ettes, mon cheri,  mon amour
Mon l’homme que Je t’aime et...

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Categories: husband, love, wife,

Today, I feel a great strength!

It is the same strength, that every two feel,
(when, at last, they are brought together, again)
Who were forged together
In the...

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Categories: prose, husband, integrity, longing, love,

Balance for better
Balance for better reminds me of a seesaw!
I sit on one side, she sits on the other, I see from here, She sees from there,...

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Categories: prose, family, gender, metaphor, poetry,

Premium Member The Last Few Words - I died a little inside
     I will never forget that agonizing day, the day I heard the last few words from my husband. It tore...

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Categories: death,

Premium Member Charger One and Charger Two
They call me the charger I told white string haughtily.
Then who am I? White string asked.
Sticking up her aluminum cubed nose,
Refusing to be plugged into...

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Categories: prose, family,

Premium Member All Apart Together
We are all in one room
Morey is playing a violent video game 
because there are blood splatters on the screen
every time I look at his...

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Categories: prose, 10th grade, 11th grade,

Premium Member Developing Wings on the Way Down
     I was looking out the window and saw my neighbor across the street on a ladder, putting up an American...

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© Eve Roper  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: blessing, dog, scary,

Premium Member My Mouth Went Running Off Today
My mouth went running off today, I watched her sprint through the
Yard, scaring a butterfly.
There was a bunny, who did not notice.
She summersalted six or...

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Categories: prose, 10th grade, 11th grade,

I Hope

I hope this letter finds you well and in good spirit. By this time I hope the pain of my departure has eased and you...

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Categories: heaven, love,

Premium Member My Own Personal Christmas Lights
I had a red jeep once,
my husband rigged it up with
Christmas lights on the running board.
I was puffed up about it.

My grandparents had the best

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Categories: prose, 10th grade, 11th grade,

Premium Member Sixteen Foster Children
Foster child? I do not think I could do it.
Let me think about it.  How much would I get a month?
That money could really...

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Categories: prose, 10th grade, 11th grade,

Premium Member It is Cold-Ugly Outside Today
I wake up and I think what am I doing here?
Why here?  Why the bitter cold Midwest in the winter?
Why not California or Florida,...

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Categories: prose, introspection,

Premium Member My Love For Christmas Parties At Work
She handed me a shandygaff which I took to right away.
Oh, me, oh, my, I was soon drunker than a tipsy sailor,
And singing better than...

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Categories: prose, jobs,

Premium Member I Am Going To Be Stern With Me Today
I am going to be sternly in charge of myself today; I will put up with no antics or nonsense.
We are going to clean this...

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Categories: prose, funny,

Premium Member The DNA Dance
And for Christmas we have received from our children DNA tests.
Tests to say whether we are outstarts, downstarts, upstarts, or slowstarts.
I already know that I...

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Categories: prose, perspective, self,

Premium Member Seeking Sanctuary
Diaspora Dwellings

On my way into our sanctuary
this past Sunday morning
a woman I had met in choir
was strangely inclined
to share her family history.

Her dad came over...

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Categories: prose, earth, family, green, health,

Premium Member Inspiration From Marlee Bee
Inspiration comes disguised in a variety of ways.  News stories. Flash floods. A crying child in a grocery store.  A person sitting along...

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Categories: prose, inspiration, inspirational,

Premium Member Sterile knot of desire
The canopy was beaming beneath radiant stars, as whirling
wedding night dances swirled round and round the garden …  
But her husband crippled, his manhood...

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Categories: prose, children, fate, marriage, time,

Premium Member I Wonder If Its Too Late To Do It All Over Again
I wonder if fate had me pegged all along life’s path. My sagging smile and breasts, still lifting though depressed. My husband and I adapt...

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Categories: prose, age, fate,

An angel came to me today with a message
Holding a perfect triangle in His hand
He asked me if I knew why he carried it
I laughed...

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Categories: prose, best friend, blessing, devotion,