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  • 337.
    The Inherited Woman

    Nyasaye yawa,
    Atimo ang’o?
    What have I done
    That death is now my husband?
    You have taken Okoth,
    Just as you took his brother Ochiel,
    And K’ochung, their brother

    I am tired of shaving my head in mourning,
    Let it remain bald,
    I am tired of crying,
    My eyes are dry
    I denounce my name Akoth,
    Call me Chi liel,
    A widow,
    You have killed all my husbands, Nyasaye
    Chwora ne otho,
    My husband died,
    Owad gi K’ochung’ otera,
    K’ochung’s brother inherited me
    Owad gi Ochiel otera
    And now you have killed Okoth

    His cousin is already smiling at me,
    Yet Okoth has not yet returned to the ground
    I am not human,
    I am a pleasure factory,
    They say an margi, an chi gi
    I belong to them,
    I am their wife,

    Have mercy, Nyasaye!
    My womb is tired!
    Shall I not know peace?
    Shall I not know the love,
    Of one husband?

    If not for my…
    Their children…,
    I would be buried next to K’ochung’
    My first love

    They cannot wait
    For the burial to be over
    So that they pack my bags
    And ask me to go with Okoth’s cousin
    I have no choice,
    I have no choice… read more »

  • 338.
    Stream of Gaiety Vavroovahana Patra

    Wife’s sweet conversation is an ocean of merriement;
    Is a brook of enchantment.
    In despair husband is happy with her consolation;
    Kisses, congratulates, frees tension. read more »

  • 339.
    Some Whispers Provoked a Wife to Lie

    We were sitting, and a vernal breeze playing,
    Yet she was looking, he wasn't any attention paying.
    A passing concubine granted her part for the playing breeze
    And whispered in the man's ears, read more »

  • 340.
    My Friend's Husband

    Is a Republican in the worst sense
    Of the word; but she remains a
    Diligent Independent to give both
    Of their sons, 'both' sides of the read more »

  • 341.
    They Were In Love

    There was a girl
    and a boy
    they were so cuie
    and in love read more »

  • 342.
    0099.Abhirami Andhadhi Slogan 97

    For the growth of Fame and Righteousness

    Tamil Transliteration read more »

  • 343.
    In Love's Memory

    Two thousand seven, two eight less one,
    In gusts of lust the deed was done.
    Quenched at length, sans innocence;
    Her kin’s dissent fell vainly pled read more »

  • 344.
    Duel of hearts

    A husband -> a wronged wife

    "My dear take a chair
    Your affair is unfair read more »

  • 345.
    A Father's Day Like No Other

    Wally Anderson, father of three daughters, was not pleased after reading an email from Shelly, his eldest, a week before Father's Day. He thought she might be coming to visit for the holiday. Instead Shelly told him of her sudden wedding to a man he did not know. A Google search told him that her new husband had two names and that he had married Shelly under the most recent one. However, Google also said his new son-in-law had a good job and apparently leads a respectable life.

    The wedding had taken place on an island in the Pacific. The ceremony had been conducted by one of an indigenous chieftain under a gigantic coconut tree. Shelly had studied anthropology in college with an emphasis on indigenous peoples so Wally understood why she might choose to marry in that environment. But the more Wally read about her marriage, the more he felt as if a coconut had fallen on his head. read more »

  • 346.

    A beautiful lady
    Tight corset and all

    Green velveteen dresses read more »

  • 347.
    Avoid Drama

    There’s drama in everyone life
    Everyone bring around a little baggage with them
    The husband and the wife
    Probably complaining about someone they don’t really like read more »

  • 348.
    Mocking Grin

    Seated at my Uncle's funeral fire
    Are family close, all well attired
    In the middle of them like a well fed hen
    Is he who took aim, and recompense read more »

New Husband Poems

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  2. The Acrobat, Pat Raia
  3. Husband celebrates, hasmukh amathalal
  4. Let a wife, gajanan mishra
  5. will you still accept me as your husband?, Nikhil Parekh
  6. On her wedding day, gajanan mishra
  7. A pitiable creature, Rm.Shanmugam Chettiar.
  8. Houseworks Are Tennis Games, Ferdinand L Quintos
  9. A Mothers Wish, Melissa Furey
  10. Just The Tattoo Telling The Name of The .., Bijay Kant Dubey
  12. The Ballgame and Grandfather, Seema joglekar
  14. Cause of great unhappiness, gajanan mishra
  15. Marriage, Lawanya Wijesekara
  16. Wife Gets Up Early Before The Husband Wa.., Dr.V.K. Kanniappan
  17. The Histrionics of Kamala Das, Bijay Kant Dubey
  18. Wife Means Cheers, gajanan mishra
  19. Armaments which affect the health of a h.., Dr.V.K. Kanniappan
  20. That simple, Nassy Fesharaki
  21. Life Of Sacrifice, gajanan mishra
  22. Wife and husband, gajanan mishra
  23. I Am Proud Of My Husband!, Shaila Touchton
  24. Aunties Creases, steve stirk
  25. Husband Of Mine, Leo August
  26. Unnecessary thoughts, Pratikshya Sedhain
  27. Mrs Oldham on the Slow Train and Before., Terry Collett
  28. A Wife's Love, Rm.Shanmugam Chettiar.
  29. What Mother Told Me, Olalekan Joseph Ajayi
  30. Togetherness Is Gone, Hasanudin Sofyan
  31. Mistake of Fact!, Dr.V.K. Kanniappan
  32. Be kind and courteous to the husband, Dr.V.K. Kanniappan
  33. Husband, Aparna Chatterjee
  34. the real wife, mona joseph
  35. Atiogbe, Edward Kofi Louis
  36. Super Woman, Modupe Best
  37. LOLA AURELIA'S LOVE, naida supnet
  38. ' Reciprocal Relationship ', Marvin Brato Sr
  39. ' ICE Sally Being Nosy ', Ency Bearis
  40. Where Is She?, Seun Bewaji
  42. CATH BACK PAIN, otteri selvakumar
  43. Merry Christmas To All Husbands, Chris Jibero
  44. Men would wander, Rm.Shanmugam Chettiar.
  45. .Summer., Bethany Williams
  46. The battle field, Rm.Shanmugam Chettiar.
  47. The Believer's Jointure : Chapter II., Ralph Erskine
  48. The Believer's Jointure : Chapter I., Ralph Erskine
  49. worse makes better, mark nwagwu
  50. The Wife Is Bound By The Law As Long As .., Mo...
  51. Strange but True, sarah hughes
  52. Where It Was At Back Then, Anne Sexton
  53. GOD MADE THE WOMEN, Aldo Kraas
  54. Husband Where Are You?, Ivy Saldana
  55. Dear Lord, new heart
  56. Her Sea Tale, Sandra Martyres
  57. I lament the so called liberty, akram saqib
  58. **Discourses LXV ‘Lesser relationships’, Sadiqullah Khan
  59. halku - 70, Maria Barbara Korynt
  60. My Husband., anju addanki
  61. # # a renewal of love - senryu, Samanyan Lakshminarayanan
  62. Infidelity, Godece Jasmine Rosal
  63. Acid Reflux Anyone, Joe Rosochacki
  64. bloody mess, Alicia Roseberry
  65. *Lady Beneath The Willow, Shelby Renee
  66. 'I ASKED GOD WHY', Rocio Batir
  67. Opaque, thank God!, Daniel Trevelyn Joseph
  68. A Honey-Do List (This is my attempt at a.., Victoria Dame
  69. Bronwyn, Francis Duggan
  70. Happiness: a Haiku, Jim Milks
  71. No Departing, Indira Renganathan
  72. The Seahorse, South Westerner
  73. Lecturer, Daniel Trevelyn Joseph
  74. Scared for life, Holly Somer
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