Poems About: MARRIAGE
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253.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
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
Marriage comes when two people love each other unconditional,
And want to become one.
Some people say marriage is only between a man and a women,
That's not true. read more »Brandi Young
256.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
257.Once Bitten Twice Shy
Her marriage that started in love it ended in divorce
The hopes she had of love till death they seemed to go off course
Her husband often beat her till enough one day she cried
And on a restraining order placed on him by the courts he was forced to abide. read more »Francis Duggan
Marriage, often a mistake,
can be a lovely one.
In marriage you can have your cake
and it eat––oh what fun! –– read more »gershon hepner
When I married, I have dreams
When I married, I have trust
When I married, I have hope
When I married, I have life read more »Bhavani Polimetla
260.A BALANCE BETWEEN MARRIAGES AND DIVORCES!
Marriages and divorces are balancing with each other nowadays!
Why should there be so many divorces so early and fast now?
Are the marriages made from blind love without any guarantee?
It looks so funny to read about such loves, marriages and divorces! read more »Ramesh T A
261.Writings on the wall
Day after day
Night after night
He praised the streets and its company
More than the value onlookers saw in his family read more »irenio irenaeus bero
262.You May Have Obtained Nama
You may have obtained nama, but without Rama
Your title of Vaishnava is barren like a cradle in a childless home
Or a marriage procession without groom! read more »Narsinh Mehta
Marriage is a gift
From the Father Above. read more »Kaydian N Kerr
264.When Will You Get Me Married?
In a society of strict guardianship, moralistic living and cultural hegemony,
I have seen the son quarelling with his father and mother
As when will they arrange the marriage.
Under the British education system, after their timely departure, under the shadow of read more »Bijay Kant Dubey