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Poems About: WEDDING

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  • 325.
    Run, Prince!

    Break the chains
    The devil will hold nothing in is hand
    Prison won't keep me away anymore
    Split, behind the devil's back, and trust in the promise read more »

    Alien Zoo
  • 326.
    With All my Love From Buffalo...Her Rebuttal

    on our wedding night
    I buried myself into
    your arms
    you buried yourself read more »

    r james sterzinger
  • 327.
    The Day I Long For

    The day I see the way,
    To the light, which is so bright.
    To see the ray of white light,
    Shinning on me, a smile, read more »

    Kara Bertsch
  • 328.
    Spinsters Legacy

    Great Grandma’s walnut cabinet.
    In my house still holds pride of place,
    displays her treasures even yet.
    Fine china that we could not replace read more »

    ivor or ivor.e hogg
  • 329.
    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
  • 330.
    And The Toikey’s Name was Joseph

    A Saucy Nando's Poem - Poetry Competition

    Now lissen, Vrou, said my Ou, the day that we was wed
    Don’t gimme no, none ‘arf-baked food, read more »

    Margaret Kollmer
  • 331.
    Birth, Marriage, Obituaries And Newspaper Headlines

    Our lives may be
    Ever so commonplace
    To others, but not ourselves!
    For there, as the story unfolds, read more »

    Scarlett Treat
  • 332.

    He was from southeast,
    No dating, no sex
    Before weddings,
    Which is very holy to abide by, read more »

  • 333.
    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
  • 334.
    Whiteshoe Boy

    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
  • 335.

    As I write this in vein. Pain stained as insane.
    To want to have forget, those who move to be wed.
    The days bring dim cold sorrow.
    Of only ill dim moons follow. read more »

    Brandon Butler
  • 336.

    Swallows in the month of January
    Flying one foot above the grass,
    Yellow mostly, and some green,
    While Air India queues up, read more »

    Daniel Trevelyn Joseph
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