Husband Verse Poems

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


My Hijab by Yinka Pemisire pwencywealth
I am a real Muslim woman 
The one that obey the rules of my unseen God 
And give total submission to the prophet teaching 
To...

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Categories: verse, women,

No Longer Free To Go To A Market by john sensele
Impecunious news hunters on Oxford Avenue
Craned over newspapers spread on the floor
To gather ammunition about who knew
The last gossip about a politician shown the door...

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Free to Love by Gwen Schuetz
She was free to love him as a friend,
Her handsome gentleman and prince.

Days without him, were difficult to endure,
They had known another for almost a...

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Categories: verse, appreciation, friendship,

Weekend Blues by Gwen Schuetz
She had the weekend blues,
Alone on the weekend.

Looked forward to seeing him during the week,
He is such good company she thought.

There were other acquaintances and...

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Categories: verse, appreciation, beautiful, blessing, friendship,

Fruits of My Womb by john sensele
Fruits of my womb shall come faster
Than evil tongues and their snag wag
Because the hand of God, my master
Brandishes the royal flag

Hoisted higher, flown higher
Than...

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Hitchiking Tales by jake aller
April 30 In Search of America 1975 – Hitch hiking Tales

When I was young and foolish
Broke and stubborn 
I hitchhiked across the USA 

Started in...

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Categories: verse, travel,

Premium MemberThe House Husband by Randolph Byrd
Could a man possibly fulfill the role of a house husband?
How could he overcome his genetic predisposition, 
to leave the toilet seat up, and if...

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Categories: verse, care,

Premium MemberThe House Husband by Randolph Byrd
Could a man possibly fulfill the role of a house husband?
How could he overcome his genetic predisposition, 
to leave the toilet seat up, and if...

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Categories: verse, care,

Perhaps by T.I.R.O. JY
The days and nights pass 
The loves of life crash

Though we regenerate again
The new improved is not the same

Generations are made in years
A thousand kisses,...

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Categories: verse, anniversary, appreciation, husband, love,

A Star by Sandra Weiss
Where are you tonight?
Are you looking at the sky and seeing the same beautiful stars?
Do you remember the significance of a star?
Or have you erased...

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Categories: verse, anger, betrayal, forgiveness, husband,

Premium MemberHonoring You in Living Color by Rhoda Tripp
Kitchen counters alive; the vivid colors of red, green, purple and yellow glass jars. Your garden flourished.
.
Pickled beets mingle boiled eggs; a pretty periwinkle purple.
.
Yellow...

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Categories: verse, mom, mother, mother daughter,

Premium MemberThe Dietetic Duo by Carol Connell
The diet she chose was DASH,
her sodium intake to slash.
The diet he chose was keto,
and he’s losing weight, so neat-o!
Her he didn’t fault
for eating less...

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Categories: verse, fun, husband, loss, wife,

Premium MemberWoodland Paradise by Caren Krutsinger
The luxuriously full
And richly green trees 
Were in their best form
In this part of the forest.

A spot untouched by
Civilization, possibly never
Treaded on by a human...

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Categories: verse, animal, appreciation, native american,

Premium MemberDog Lover by Maurice Rigoler

I think there is no better friend than a dog – 
so loving, selfless, faithful. I mean, what 
husband, wife, or even child compares?
Now, no...

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Categories: verse, dog, love,

Premium MemberIt Was the Best of the Best of Times by Caren Krutsinger
It was the best 
of the best of times.  
We were in love 
and did not care 
about anything but each other.

Nothing else mattered....

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Categories: verse, true love,

Premium MemberLosing Weight by Julie Leigh Rodeheaver
I’m losing weight again
I needed to for my
health’s sake
I needed to for me

I decided to join
Weight Watchers again
I did so on March 17th
Oh what a...

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Categories: verse, beautiful, beauty, write, writing,

Premium MemberRighteous Sunday by Greg Gaul
Bands of sunlight
Streamed through the curtains
Woke up to a glorious fall day
In Loundes County Georgia 1918
Little Clint and Sara jumped in our bed
For morning hugs...

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Categories: verse, america, anger, christian, death,

Premium MemberHe Is A Big Man by Caren Krutsinger
He was a big man.
A broad man.
A laugh-at-a-dumb-joke man.
Wanting to please.

He was a loner.
A bit lost in a crowd.
Scared at parties.
A little boy at bedtime.
Wanting...

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Categories: verse, 10th grade, 11th grade,

Premium MemberSECOND CHANCES by Line Gauthier


The spiral staircase made her high heels sing
Descending in slow motion, a lovely sight to see
Graceful, ever so slightly lifting her flowing gown
Bare shoulders and...

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Categories: verse, beautiful, dream, future, hope,

Premium MemberI Guess That's Enough by Caren Krutsinger
I am sitting in my favorite place in the whole world,
my office, facing my brand spanking new sectional,
the one Joe said would not fit in...

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Categories: verse, woman,