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Poems About: WEDDING

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  • 109.
    The Wedding Bells

    THE Wedding Bells were ringing,
    And Monday was the day,
    And all the little ladies
    Were there so fresh and gay. read more »

    Kate Greenaway
  • 110.
    Friends No More

    My friends and I have always had fun
    But we all knew that that day would come
    The day that would be filled with pain
    And some one to take the blame read more »

    shakela davis
  • 111.
    Life Of A Perfect Bliss

    A wedding is a knock
    On a door unlock
    That opens the road
    And there unload read more »

    Seema Chowdhury
  • 112.
    The Marriage Bells

    Profusely ringing, O marriage bells
    Rhythmically your clamer tells
    Under the holy spell, he weds his love
    Desperately I wed Goodman Death above read more »

  • 113.

    Look busy Jesus is coming soon
    To free you from strife and war
    Did you think our sins immune?
    Time to tally up your score read more »

    Ray Lucero
  • 114.
    Bright and Beautiful

    In a norman church
    on the edge of the marsh
    we gathered together
    one bright day in March read more »

    Gill Moore
  • 115.
    Cosmic Marriage

    Cosmic Marriage

    I looked up and saw a strange plumed sky
    It was the day of eclipse read more »

    gopichandnagasuseela Suseela
  • 116.
    pain of love

    Headaches are born from silence and chaos joining in matrimony
    There wedding march set to the babbling of gossipers
    Flowers of tears entice dark thoughts to join in
    The wedding dance is on its way read more »

    olivia helmes
  • 117.
    I`ll Just Cry

    How amazing would life not be
    if we were together, just you and me
    the world would be brighter
    people would be nicer read more »

    Andrew Close
  • 118.
    i hear wedding bells

    I hear the wedding bells ring,
    they are like a song that sings from the heart,
    My father takes my arm and whispers in my ear that i am beautiful,
    I am slowly walking down the ale, read more »

    Katie Lathrop
  • 119.
    Love is a trade.

    When a man is landed up
    with a woman of fortune,
    to wed her, he is haste
    lest some one should usurp. read more »

    Rm.Shanmugam Chettiar.
  • 120.

    1) Greetings

    Scudding clouds heave hope
    Heaven-blessed pour on them
    Wedding day special read more »

    Indira Renganathan
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