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Poems About: WEDDING

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  • 205.
    Love Undone

    Rosie walks down by the river bank flowers in her hair,
    Stars in her eyes
    She dreams of the day that will soon come to pass
    A sweet secret she held in her heart read more »

    Noreen Carden
  • 206.
    Prose Poem lll

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    robert dickerson
  • 207.
    The Last Dance

    They had the temerity to dance at a wedding.
    They had the joy and love of dancing and of course
    the natural desire to celebrate the wedding
    of friends. It was temerity only in the read more »

    Tony Walton
  • 208.
    Wedding Bells Are Ringing

    Wedding bells are ringing in the chapel,
    and I’m falling in love again.
    I am remembering all the good times,
    when we were man and wife. read more »

    David Harris
  • 209.
    Saturn’s Rings

    I took Eileen
    For a walk
    On Saturn's rings.
    We walked read more »

    Atef Ayadi
  • 210.
    the wedding

    The Wedding

    I’m going to a wedding in June; in the part of
    Brussels where even street cleaners speaks read more »

    jan oskar hansen
  • 211.
    Vow of a Wedding ring

    Is this the way it should be
    Endless horizon of distance
    With a Love armored by faith
    Yet dropped the sword of chance read more »

    mycris macapia
  • 212.
    The Wedding

    Wedding is a gift from above
    For two hearts who are in love.

    It is not a game that you'll have to play; read more »

    Amor Olorvida
  • 213.
    The Wedding Gown Of The Spring Is More Fair (Rondel Prime)

    The wedding gown of the spring is more fair
    than the stark nakedness that winter does bring,
    when many trees do their bright garments wear
    and day and night birds do rejoicing sing, read more »

    Gert Strydom
  • 214.
    We Got it All Wrong

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    Scott Campbell
  • 215.
    I Wouldn't Want You To Miss It

    I want you to come to the wedding.
    'Who's wedding? ' read more »

    Lawrence S. Pertillar
  • 216.
    A Deaf In A Wedding

    There is a pretty wedding In our world and I am like a deaf in that wedding Because I can't understand what's going on around me Like a little baby Smiling and laughing When he sees people Or when he see things, I am, in addition to be read more »

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