Ah! the night is yet too short,
How long it should be,
The game should be long and hot,
Caressing hands should go to knee?
Never say, 'I'm unfulfilled'
Much I did to make you happy
You know how I killed!
It were too long canopy.
Now, 'tis better go sleep
Lo! all doors are open yet
Before the game starts twice I peep
To see them or threat.
Oh, if they come again
Or say us not to play-
Think, my groaning and your pain
Yes, may dip our bliss into clay.
|1||The Mean Husband, Poem by Confucius|
|2||A Wife Mourns For Her Husband, Poem by Confucius|
|3||A Wife Deplores The Absence Of Her Husband, Poem by Confucius|
|4||My Dearest Husband, Poem by Elizabeth AcostaKuntz|
|5||Haiku On Husband, Poem by anju addanki|
|6||Husband Haiku, Poem by anju addanki|
|7||2nd Haiku On Husband, Poem by anju addanki|
|8||Prologue To Steele's Tender Husband, Poem by Joseph Addison|
|9||Husband Of The Nation, Poem by Folayemi Akande|
|10||Ode To My Husband, Poem by Judy Alegria|
|11||Revenge Of The Ghost Of The Betrayed Husband, Poem by Raj Arumugam|
|12||Husband Of Mine, Poem by Leo August|
|13||Husband, Poem by Milanger B....|
|14||Husband, Poem by Charlotte Ballard|
|15||Loving My Husband, Poem by Charlotte Ballard|