Poems About: MARRIAGE
Poems on / about :
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241.Ode to Marriage
Marriage is as old, as man and woman
Adam and Eve were the first
Or was God to man
A marriage of pure love read more »Cynthia Yildirim
242.gay marriage for william (just for fun)
this world opens itself to gay marriage
the gay priest presides this solemn marriage
of william to another william
and wilma to another wilma read more »RIC S. BASTASA
243.When Ego Clash, Sparking and Barking start!
There is that story,
He speak, she listen!
After marriage, read more »Ramdas Bhandarkar
“I never looked for any marriage bond, ”
said Heloise to Abelard.
She knew that marriage is no magic wand,
despite the popular canard read more »gershon hepner
245.A Better Life!
Love, marriage and divorce and
Again love, marriage and divorce
Celebrities' way of life so goes on! read more »Ramesh T A
246.I Do, I Will, I Have
How wise I am to have instructed the butler
to instruct the first footman to instruct the second
footman to instruct the doorman to order my carriage;
I am about to volunteer a definition of marriage. read more »Ogden Nash
247.Golden Rules for a Happy Marriage
We have some Golden Rules for our marriage.
We always put God First.
Our mate second,
Our children third, read more »Patricia Kelley
Some say I have changed
that I seem to understand
so much more than I did before
I don't think so read more »valerie Hartland
249.Adultry is fine, But Marriage is a Crime? ! ! ! ! ! !
Attikah and other
Or eight times, read more »nadia abduljabbar
250.(Father Poems) ... And The Sugar Moms Have Also Cashed In On The Ever Increasing Demand For Sex With Children
I'm walking side by side
In the streets with my wife
She's gorgeous she's the greatest
Thing tha's ever happened to my wife read more »BanishedFairy (a.k.a ngaka motaung)
251.I Was the Promise Breaker
my parents expect me to understand
they expect me to think its just about them
expect me to know its not my fault..
but honestly its all a lie they thought read more »Audrey Marie Kay
252.The Old Pair There
The old pair there they seem so very happy and they are two who've never sought renown
Raised on the same street they were childhood sweethearts and they raised their children here in their Hometown
Still so much in love and they in their late sixties they walk in the Town Parkland hand in hand
And others unhappy in their third or fourth marriage us human beings are hard to understand. read more »Francis Duggan