Poems About: MARRIAGE
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She stood as silhouette
In the twilight of the moon
Her red bridal attire
Made her look all the more beautiful read more »Ritu Shah
We have got to know more of planets.
Still we believe they are destiny guides.
We learnt the truth of Darwin’s theory.
Still we believe Adam and Eve concept. read more »Rm.Shanmugam Chettiar.
351.Birth of Originality
Satin-like – her wing
Breaks out of her mother.
She begins to drink the sunlight
Like a bottle. read more »Amy Marie
Honour them by making some concessions,
Like a woman o love and in marriage;
But Mama's biggest daughter is the tasty love that you have. read more »Edward Kofi Louis
353.In the Rain
the rain falls down from the heavens,
washes over his parked car,
where we are making love.
the windows are open, read more »Halo N. Wings
354.I am a rose
What color am I? Am I red, pink, white, oh wait I am black...
Black is the color of many dark secret places and or ideas, which we may never want to enter...
So why do I feel like I am a black rose? Do I have secrets hidden so deep that no one can even sense them?
I wish I were a red and or a white rose. Those two colors can mean many of things but what you find the most is that of marriage... read more »Kristen Palmitier
I am sorry
For loving myself
I am sorry
For the respect I have for myself read more »raven mohammed
356.IS MARRIAGE A DRAMA?
In the name of culture drama is played to conduct marriage!
Bridegroom embraces priesthood and goes on pilgrimage;
Bride’s father stops and offers him his daughter for marriage!
He ties a yellow thread round her neck with three knots read more »Ramesh T A
sometimes, yes, sometimes
seems to be my favorite word of the day,
i like (another favorite is i, just like most of us,
i, i, i, i, i) read more »RIC S. BASTASA
the whole day is a Moslem holiday here
and instead of watching a movie
or going to the usual white sandy beach
and have a sun bath read more »RIC S. BASTASA
They at the altar pledge their formal vow,
Then go, and straight forget that vow was made--
These common lovers, making marriage trade, read more »George Henry Boker
360.The Ageing Millionaire Joe
That money does speak every language we have often heard before
Old Joe the wealthy developer he is eight years with three score
With seventeen great grandchildren he has left his second wife
And many young nubile females want to be part of his life read more »Francis Duggan