Poems About: MARRIAGE
Poems on / about :
- carpe diem
Life is like a volcano of emotions and
I’m standing besides it amazing
Don’t know whether to cry or laugh
As life always teaches me a lesson …a lesson to remember the whole life. read more »anamika sangeetha
I am not against marriage.
Nor am I a prude.
I can understand marrying once.
And having that marriage not work out. read more »Lawrence S. Pertillar
243.Love and Hate
When it is that time in life,
People always fall in love,
Their hearts beat arrhythmically,
And they love each other for who they are, read more »James Roberts
244.Time To Speak, Church!
There is a time to be meek
And to silently hold one's peace
But now is the time to speak
When the Truth is diluted like this read more »Cynthia BuhainBaello
You are no mans honey
end month wedding
honeymoon devorcing read more »Peter Maxharya
246.Statistics Of Relationship
Men and women;
Before marriage assume that
Null hypothesis holds good for the two;
Coz finds no differences between them. read more »Ambrosia Ambrosia
Your reticence speaks that all
What you never reciprocate at all.
Though you are tied with someone else,
My love is fixed and never grows less. read more »Rajpal Singh
Couples are wedded to principles
To ward off any future troubles
Live and let other partner live with happiness
For whole life to offer pleasure and shine on face read more »hasmukh amathalal
Leaving the isle
Power to man
Power to woman
A deep sensual feeling read more »Mohammad Nas
To the man and his wives,
To the woman and her husband,
A white horse of words to lead the way;
But, faithful and truth to the world so sweet. read more »Edward Kofi Louis
251.Fifty Years Of Marriage
With dye and hair colouring they cover their gray
Their fifty years of marriage they celebrate today
Through fifty years of marriage they have argued their way
In their love hate relationship one well might say. read more »Francis Duggan
252.Marriage Is....... [aspects of marriage; some personal thoughts from a three-time 'loser']
I’m a man who likes marriage, though it doesn’t always like me.
I’m in my fourth (three divorces): may be my last; we’ll see.
Marriage is a tumble. Sometimes I stumble, may even have rumble. read more »Bri Edwards