Joseph Tanner

Rookie (29/01/1982 / United Kingdom)

Till Death Do Us Apart


Till death do us apart,
I dreamt that I was a married man.
Then I lied,
The heart died,
Till death do us apart.
I cried on the day we got married.
You wore white,
I wore black,
I smiled.
I thought I had found my one,
I lied.
Till death do us apart.

Submitted: Thursday, May 18, 2006

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Comments about this poem (Till Death Do Us Apart by Joseph Tanner )

  • Rookie Chris Newlash (9/20/2008 4:42:00 PM)

    I have a poem called till death do us part, but it's got a different meaning.... lol good one, ya have alot of interesting poems (Report) Reply

  • Rookie ***** ********* (5/18/2006 3:55:00 PM)

    Thank god it was only a dream Joseph. A poem filled with sadness. This reminds me of one of the first I wrote after losing my dearly departed but only because of the title. Marriage is a thing not to be taken lightly for sure. All the very best to you, Tai (Report) Reply

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