Poems About: WEDDING
Poems on / about :
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313.Wedding Anniversary and Father’s Day
Today is unique…it is a date to be doubly celebrated
June the fifteenth is a special day for remembering Dad read more »Theresa Ann Moore
A baby, a husband, a ring, and a wedding is this the order things come in.
Turn this list round and round then you'll see the way things really comes in.
His baby is wonderful and it's mine. read more »Ashlie Ony
315.After Having One Good Cry
Oh dear, I have gained such a lot of weight,
now to learn how to make my peace with it,
then start shedding as much as possible read more »Louise Tredoux
316.Gibbous over Wood
The moon is not yet grown -
It is at the doorstep of maturity.
But still its light comes down
Through the broadleaf wood. read more »Sophia White
I received your invitation;
sorry I will not be there.
After loving you for so long,
it would be too much to bear. read more »David Harris
318.Piano Strings See
She keeps secrets from you
Knows it’s something they say never to do
But how does she say
How does she break that news read more »Frankie Renae
319.He's Coming Soon
Time, for many has been so long
I’ve heard my children’s cry
Prepare to sing your wedding song
Your Groom is drawing nigh read more »Michael P. Johnson
You: Whiteshoe Boy
How are your shoes today?
and those feet that rest in them?
Those feet that draw footsteps in the sand read more »Rifhan Miller
Dollars, euros, yen:
they’re all just pretty pieces of rags,
cotton, linen, and silk,
a bit of Crane paper, so we’re told. read more »Sonny Rainshine
322.FIRST LESSONS OF PASSION.........
He was from southeast,
No dating, no sex
Which is very holy to abide by, read more »RAVIKIRAN ARAKKAL
323.The 'Poem A Day' Project ~ Day 148
The Bride holds her flowers and straightens her veil
The Groom cleans his whiskers and straightens his tail
The Tiny biscuit box church is full of light
The bells chime loudly, the sun shines bright read more »Flying Lemming
324.WEDDING WISHES 2
Nurturing your love through all kinds of weather
Building a bridge of bond to be forever together read more »Mittur Ramprasad