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Wife Prose Poems

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

Snow and Paintings
Snow and Paintings              

The snow began to fall
late yesterday afternoon
first the big...

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Categories: prose, ocean, water,

My Friend Roy
When you and I were children, many wonderful stories were read and told to us,          ...

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Categories: father, friend, love, marriage,

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,

I'm Seeing Green
I'm thinking green and waving goodbye to Winter's brown. I'm hearing green like sweet sounds of resurrection. I'm tasting green and digesting its nutrients. ...

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Categories: prose, life, spring,

We Used To Go To The Store Together
We used to go to the store together.
Picking out vegetables was her Glory,
‘Let’s get a nice, Vibrant one!
No, not that one, THIS one!’
She would say.

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Categories: prose, appreciation, funny, humorous, loss,

It was an illicit affair, you'd think, they wouldn't dare, they believed, if we handle it with care no one would be aware. Bur they...

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Categories: prose, appreciation, betrayal, devotion, encouraging,

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 PTSD

i suck hard on a cigarette
flick it into the gutter
an amber yellow 
clings on momentarily
crossing the trenches
the whistle blowers
blow me over the top again

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© Tony Kirk  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: prose, stress,

I have been instructed to release the following
manuscript on the death of my client
Mr John Phillips. Who was a former officer in the Royal Air...

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Categories: science fiction,

I knew Yet Not this Deep
I knew you hated me,I knew you despised me,
I knew you were my enemy,I mean my foe
I Knew you wanted me dead,buried O`engraved,
I Knew you...

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Categories: prose, betrayal, youth,

Premium Member Then and Now
Gone now the storm, we foundered on the shoreline
Two broken souls never met in a before time
Similar though distant we had spent our lives apart

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Categories: prose, bereavement, wife,

Dat Ole River
 Dat Ole River (The Calcasieu)

Dats a lazy ole river, dats a muddy ole river.   
Dat river she flows on and on and...

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Categories: prose, boyfriend, character, children, my

God Blessed Me Today
God blessed me today. He allowed me to wake up and take the first breath of this new day. I woke up in a warm...

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Categories: god,

Premium Member Tor House, Hearst Castle

Back then, I’d never heard of Robinson Jeffers. My friend told us he was a famous poet and Tor House was where he lived with...

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Categories: happiness, home, life, poets,

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,

When A Wife Flies Half-way Round the World
[After I wrote this, I understood why so often when one half of a long term-- 40, 50, 60 plus years--couple dies, the other often...

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Categories: prose, angst, appreciation, devotion, inspirational

PRAYER: power or placebo-- part I
Does prayer work? Or is it merely the placebo effect when things get better?Your mind convinces itself you are feeling better and you do. Your...

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Categories: allusion, angst, appreciation, faith,

Premium Member Inheritance's Lost so Much Betrayal at hand
Inheritance's lost so much betrayal at hand 
It happed to me to me, 
It's happened to you,
All is perfectly understood.
Greed reigns supreme even the rich...

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Categories: 6th grade, integrity,

November, 93
Twas like every November before it, 
But this one came with an air of uncertainty,
For the drums of celebrations had halted in may.
When Owen celebrated...

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Categories: prose, life, lonely, loss, lost

Premium Member Asian Epicurean Quest
Asian Epicurean Quest

At the heart of China Town, Kuala Lumpur (capital of Malaysia) is Petaling Street.
Domain of hustlers, hucksters, cheap-jacks and diblers; purveyors...

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Categories: prose, food,