Poems About: WEDDING
Poems on / about :
- carpe diem
It was where against Saraswathi
Fought Thee, vanquished Her sent demons
Bloodstained stood Thee where valorously coral
Pavalavalli where with Thee bestowing read more »Indira Renganathan
326.Life is an Easter Egg Hunt
People hide things from you
And you might find a few
You put some aside
To keep for yourself read more »Big Boychick
327.Two Halves of a Soul (song)
A beautiful new spring day
The grass, new tender and green
The trees, sprouting new leaves
A small rose vine climes a tree read more »Britney Hogue
it happens all the time
when the right man feels
that he has wed the wrong woman
when the wrong woman too read more »RIC S. BASTASA
She covets her pocketbooks and has no two alike,
And every month she goes to Belk's to buy a new one.
At 88, she still drives, with her huge sunglasses,
Making right turns like an 18-wheeler does. read more »Barry A. Lanier
330.True Love Hurts
if love was a light
and the earth was the soul
Can it be truth
or can it be coal read more »Karen Weimorts
331.Financial Tsunami (2) (Almost Every One Suffers)
The hospital are busy
with patients of anxiety,
and depression of great severity,
for having no job security. read more »U Win Kyi
332.How Does One, Or Two, Spell Divorce?
Couples who get divorced, might be called disss-engaged, don't you see? ...
In reality, and they don't know it, they just want to be free.
They don't get along... read more »Michael Gale
Standing where I am
With the many lords and knights
As well as the many ladies and mages
We all smile, nod, and understand read more »Justin Gildow
334.FIRST LESSONS OF PASSION.........
He was from southeast,
No dating, no sex
Which is very holy to abide by, read more »RAVIKIRAN ARAKKAL
335.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
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