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  • 229.
    The Bare Facts.

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    The bride was totally undressed
    The groom too had thought it best
    To be nude on his wedding day.
    The bride carried a small bouquet,

    The best Man wore a beaming smile.
    The bridesmaids too were in the nude.
    Nude weddings have a certain style.
    A very modern attitude.

    The vicar too correctly dressed.
    He wore a large pectoral cross.
    We were all suitably impressed,
    he had permission from his boss.

    No need to buy a wedding dress
    nor yet to hire a morning suit.
    So the wedding cost much less.
    Their economies had borne fruit.

    They could afford a honeymoon
    Though where they chose they would not say.
    Bar that it cost a small fortune.
    The savings they had made would pay.

    The first wedding I have been to
    Where nobody was overdressed.
    and I have been to quite few.
    I rate this as one of the best..

    To prudes all nudity is rude
    and so they chose to stay away.
    Perhaps because they understood
    their presence there would spoil the day.

    Forgive me for this platitude.
    They are entitled to their view.
    I have a different attitude.
    I was content to be bare too.

    I wonder what the prudes conceal
    Behind their vaunted piety.
    What is it that they daren’t reveal.
    Some hidden impropriety?

    I do not think that being bare.
    Is something that one should not do
    I did not find it hard to bear
    when everyone was naked too.

    Each to his own I must suppose.
    Whatever makes you comfortable.
    Though usually I do wear clothes.
    Sometimes nudity’s suitable.

    Wednesday,17 March 2010
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  • 230.
    all minds must moulder

    ALL MINDS MUST MOULDER

    All minds when they start to age must moulder.
    This is the price we pay for growing older, read more »

  • 231.
    Of Love And Time

    My life through the startled air!
    Beware of the branches of the palm tree;
    And like the feelings of sadness,
    Overcoming it with the affluence of love and time. read more »

  • 232.
    Some things never change.

    I do.
    She said and so did I

    We wed, read more »

  • 233.
    Ideal And Aftermath

    I wed him because he looked nice (said she)
    And I feared to be left on the shelf.
    For I wouldn't take mother's advice (said she),
    So I've no one to blame but myself. read more »

  • 234.
    Long Overdue (Chant Royal)

    The Sweet “I-love-yous” do go far
    To make precious the weary day.
    I know of nothing that can par
    With meanings that these words convey. read more »

  • 235.
    Two weddings and no funeral

    The first time I wed
    it was in Parrow church
    since it was bigger
    than the one in Belville. read more »

  • 236.
    Aubane's Jilted Flower

    He left her at Aubane cross on a sunny morn in May
    He kissed the tearful maid goodbye and then the motor car sped away
    His driver drove towards Shannon for Australia he was bound
    He had left Aubane and Millstreet and was leaving Irish ground. read more »

  • 237.
    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 »

  • 238.
    Once upon a bridge/Jednom na mostu

    Once upon a bridge I used to speak with you
    Beyond the river-summoned by hours- with its trace
    You shared the secret in which the bird squotted wet through
    Me who said the rain colouring drops with no face read more »

  • 239.
    Sir Real -new-

    Brett and Amanda were
    in the same wedding party.
    He was best man,
    bronze and handsome. read more »

  • 240.
    From The Rose To The Ring

    To think that love is everywhere
    And that it's Heaven-sent,
    A poor man or a billionaire,
    Each learns by accident... read more »

New Wedding Poems

  1. For The Moon Has Made You Her Sun, Mark Heathcote
  2. A Wedding Anniversary, DEEPAK KUMAR PATTANAYAK
  3. one really sad wedding day, lee fones
  4. Bridegroom to His Bride, Frank Avon
  5. Happy Occasions, Margaret Moran
  6. Wedding Day, Kat Hanlon
  7. A MUSE ess music box, Charles Hice
  8. Wedding Ring, Saiom Shriver
  9. wedding day, ademola oluwabusayo
  10. If we are to wed, gajanan mishra
  11. Simple Wedding, maria sudibyo
  12. 'Wedding Snow'., Godfrey Nkanyani
  13. The Kennedy's, Cynthia Long
  14. It Is Our Wedding, gajanan mishra
  15. Vision Blurred, hasmukh amathalal
  16. Kiss Me Please, Amanda Shelton
  17. Wedding Dress - Tommy C & J.Reyez, Mr LoLo Kanor
  18. Christian Persecuting British Hospitals?, Terence George Craddock (Spe ..
  19. Thirteen Crows Haiku, Chenou Liu
  20. Snow wedding in jo'burg, Jacques Sprenkie Mateya
  21. Wedding Pictures Haiku, Chenou Liu
  22. To The Wedding Angels, Emmanuel Monychol
  23. The wedding cake couple, Mark Heathcote
  24. An amazing wedding poem, Rosa Tenezaca
  25. The Wedding Day, Arijit Mandal
  26. Red Velvet Wedding, Annia Rosa
  27. R.Rozhdestvensky, Wedding - song - trans.., Lyudmila Purgina
  28. Broken Marriage, Alisha Chamberlin
  29. Surroundings-14, Indira Renganathan
  30. Ever After, Carmela Patterson
  31. Pre Wedding Jitters, Terence George Craddock (Spe ..
  32. Wedding Bands, Michael Gelb
  33. Quatro Stagione, Miroslava Odalovic
  34. I don't think I will get over not being .., Susan Garelick
  35. Real Beginning, Indira Renganathan
  36. Beauty Of A Wedding Day, Joseph T. Renaldi
  37. A strange e.mail from the Devil!, nimal dunuhinga
  38. White II [color series], R.K. Cowles
  39. To love and a wedding, Matthew Holloway
  40. William-Kate Royal Marriage Haiku, john tiong chunghoo
  41. O Jenny Dear, I’ve Courted Lang, Susanna Blamire
  42. Unpacking Mother's Things, Taylor Graham
  43. Once Upon A Wedding Day, Joseph T. Renaldi
  44. The Weight of Love, Udiah (witness to Yah)
  45. ' With This Ring, I Thee Wed... ', MoonBee Canady
  46. I'm Blest, Udiah (witness to Yah)
  47. The Wedding Gown, Theodosia Garrison
  48. Spider Weds Termite - Haiku, David Munene wa Kimberly
  49. A Blue Rose Tragedy, Terence George Craddock (Spe ..
  50. girl, penyair aja
  51. Silly Senryu: Weddings Galore, AtreyaSarma Uppaluri
  52. The Wedding Ring!, Ross DixPeek
  53. Two Loaves of Bread, Kimberly Dixon Harris
  54. Hitched (Senryu), Sandra Martyres
  55. Rainbow, Reshma Ramesh
  56. Crying In Your Wedding Dress, B.. Alexander
  57. Our Wedding Bells, sherif monem
  58. after the wedding, oskar hansen
  59. How Long, Ernestine Northover
  60. MY WEDDING DAY, GAYLE ANNE GOFF
  61. Wedding Bells, David Harris
  62. Wedding: a Haiku, Jim Milks
  63. Hopes, Indira Renganathan
  64. Taking the Leap (For Tara & Ez), Mary Havran
  65. When Do The Wedding Bells Ring, Lisa Rhodes
  66. White Funeral, Jade Leven
  67. A Wedding, otteri selvakumar
  68. LATE WIFE, Aldo Kraas
  69. A May Wedding, Meg Harrison
  70. Boring Yet Illustrious Ancestors, ArmourQuill Hunter
  71. Love's Wine Wedded, Happiness Spilled!, Michael Gale
  72. Sounds of wedding bells, Sylvia Chidi
  73. The Cherry Trees, john tiong chunghoo
  74. That's wonderful love......., Ravi Sathasivam
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