Poems About: WEDDING
Poems on / about :
- carpe diem
253.He Will Do As He Wishes
Soon to be wed, Prince William is refusing
to wear a wedding band,
no marriage ring will adorn his hand. read more »Elke Nigro
Weddings in days of war,
false cheating comfort,
those hollow phrases:
'He won’t get killed...' read more »Yevgeny Yevtushenko
255.The Cricket's Song
Last night the cricket sang when all was still.
I cannot tell you what he sang about.
His singing made the darkness thicker still.
The sad flame of my candle lengthened out. read more »Francis Jammes
Melvin Banggollay read more »MELVIN BANGGOLLAY
257.Get me to the church on time
All into church on time,
into pews, awaiting
the main event. read more »Garry Stanton
258.Some things never change.
She said and so did I
We wed, read more »ivor or ivor.e hogg
259.A Most Unusual Wedding
Because the bridegroom couldn’t be found
the bride was driven continually around.
Dickie and Melanie were marrying in style;
the first chimpanzees to walk down the aisle. read more »Orlando Belo
260.Mother Day (Good Son And Daughter Are True Treasure)
We had a father,
who died much earlier,
leaving young our mother,
as a widow, read more »U Win Kyi
261.The Wilted rose.Story poem.
</The Wilted Rose.
A wilted rose recalls to me.
A sad but cherished memory read more »ivor or ivor.e hogg
262.Judith and a Wedding Day
You and Judith
sang in the choir
at the major's read more »Terry Collett
263.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 »Francis Duggan
264.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 »Edward Kofi Louis