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Wife Sestina Poems

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


Premium Member Flying
FLYING

Before I ever thought of age
I dreamed of running through the woods
And lifting my feet from the ground and flying.
Only a few inches up, not...

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Categories: age, flying,



Premium Member Dark Angels of Highgate
Enough Angelina, drop the bouquet of harebells.  
The flowers wilt as your graying hands stiffen. See, how grave
is our newborn son. We gift him...

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Categories: death,

Premium Member BOWLING FUN
BOWLING FUN

Bowling can be fun
But – ball in
gutter?
Ball point reaches
pins

12 strikes – perfect
game
No strikes – dirty,
rotten shame
Ha, ha, aint this
fun?

Have another beer
When you can see
twenty...

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Categories: humorous,

Premium Member To Find The Girl That I'd Love Best
To find the girl that I’d love best (A Sestina, 19 May 2014).

I thought to set upon a quest;
One that would put me to the...

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Categories: courage, love, nostalgia, romance,

A Modest Proposal: Sestina
I just want five minutes, just to pitch
My killer screenplay for a killer film.
The hunt for a serial killer
By glamorous profilers, nothing grubby
Or exploitive. Some...

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Categories: sestina, film, humor, satire,

MEMOIRS OF WAR
By the river corner I sat and wept
Memories of the war flooding my mind
Imagines of rotting bodies everywhere
The smell of dying children pungent still
Starvation and...

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Categories: pain, children, war, children,

family affair
Family Affairs 

Uxorious 
Devotion to wife 
Dotingly
Submissive 
Sounds like a serious offence 
In the dictionary 



...

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Categories: family,

Premium Member Death Undignified
The summer sun was high. The heat was oppressive.
A whalebone corset dug into my body's tender parts.
Peering from the shop, my hand touches the pane
of...

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Categories: cowboy-western, introspection, life, baby,

It takes two to make a tear
It takes two to make a tear 

It’s Christmastime so no more killing now!
Let’s get together, sing some carols here.
In no man’s land, we’re brothers...

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© jack horne  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: warworld, old, old,

Premium Member Death Undignified, Fort Laramie 1860
The summer sun was high. The heat was oppressive.
The whalebone corset dug into the body's tender parts.
Peering from the shop, my hand touching the pane
of...

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Categories: baby, children, horse, me,

Premium Member Bastard Child
Like a penny, lost and worthless, woman
mother, and buried within the origin pit, dark
she brought me like a Jezebel into her life of mourning
mistress of...

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Categories: angst, caregiving, childhood, death,

Premium Member What Do You See In Me?
I’ve often wondered what you see in me
And how it is I came to be so lucky
To find someone of your deep beauty
Willing to share...

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© Joe Flach  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: wife, me, prayer, hair,

Premium Member What Thing More Beautiful?
If there be some one thing more breautiful
Than to lie with you in warmth and dark,
I would fear that it might burn my soul away
Before...

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Categories: life, love, mystery, wife,

I Have My Time
I have my time
Of cheerful memories, with you
Solitude has no more effect
With me, for you’ve been so true
That made me feels perfect
By your sweetness and...

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Categories: life, love, time, wife,

The Passage
A young man’s walk was careful,
As he strode through the passage. 
The walls were dotted with a red
That refused to be washed away with water.
The...

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Categories: adventure, angst, death, devotion,