Husband Sestina Poems

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


Premium MemberDeath Undignified, Fort Laramie 1860 by Debbie Guzzi
High noon in Fort Laramie, the summer sun is oppressive.
A whalebone corset digs into my body’s tender parts.
Peering from the shop, my hand touching the...

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Categories: memory,

Premium MemberRaven's Love and Hope Kept Alive by Annalise Brigham...a.k.a. Audrey Haick
As night falls swiftly; no respite for a heart can be found 
She dares not invoke sleep, so she paces the floor in silence 
For...

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Categories: fantasy, happiness, imagination, life,



LOVE LESSON by Sidney Beck
LOVE  LESSON


I give my  lesson for their son.
Room plain, cracked, greyed -
Rubbed away - curtains frayed.  
Good  furnishing  - ...

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midnight summers eve kiss by tara jennings
My dreams were that of nothing but your kiss.
A lingering essence soothing frayed edges of my heart.
Heaven couldn’t breach the wonder of your touching
hands. They...

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Categories: fantasy, husband, love, passiondream,

NO SCAR IS DEEPER THAN THIS ONE by Andrew Crisci
When nobody embraced you to stop
those tears from falling and restore
your sense of existence which relied on prayer, 
not entirely on my comprehension and thought;
this...

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Categories: family, husband, wifelove,

THE POSSESSIONS OF A YOUNGER AGE by Andrew Crisci
Every boy has his toys,
and each girl her dolls;
and as they grow they are put away where light can't enter:
there in that closet, which often...

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Categories: adventure, childhood, family, husband,

I Assumed You Loved Me by Nicole Signorelli
And so I see your moving mouth
Not a coherent word my ears hear uttered
I must not assume
You're apologizing for the affair
For your love I now...

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Categories: girlfriend-boyfriend, husband, lost love,