Love Poems for Husband And WifeJanuary 11th, 2011 | Posted by in Holiday Gifts
The roles of men and woman are changing so rapidly during today’s world; it may be difficult for a husband to figure out his role.
It has now become standard for a woman to have her own career and for her husband to share in childcare and housekeeping duties. At the same time he is still a husband to a woman who may expect her husband to be ideal example of masculinity and machismo. Just like the love poem for husband.
My Husband, My Friend
You’re my husband but also my friend
An ear you’ll always lend
To hear my complaints which have no end
Because you care to comprehend.
So, today, I have this penned
To let you know my love for you has no end
Care and understanding, you will always extend
To return the same and more is what I intend.
The day of work is done
Hide my face in your arms
My husband, My friend
Light in my heart the evening star of rest
And then let the night whisper to me your love
I lie in your arms
Like the little flower lies in the dust
It sought the path of the butterfly
So, My husband, my friend
I have sung the songs of thy day
In the evening
Let me listen your love wording
Wife poems should radiate lots of affection, as this poem for a wife does. The role of a wife has changed significantly during the last hundred years.
Woman now has more freedom than ever before to choose their role in life and marriage. They can do what they want to do and what they want to be, they also show their charm in their happy family, outstanding career and graceful social etiquette.
Now they play important and sun shining role in man’s social and life. Just like this poem said:
When you’re not, there’s a part of me missing.
Your loving provides such a treat,
There’s no one I’d rather be kissing.
I do not ask thee into the house
Come into my infinite loneliness,my Lover
You’re my sweetheart, my love and my life,
And that is why I must say,
I’m really glad you’re my wife;
I celebrate you on this day!
Love the star
Then your dreams will come out in flowers
My dreams have camed out in everywhere