Poems About: WEDDING
Poems on / about :
- carpe diem
349.Son of Desire
The moon's soft glow through frosted clouds,
Felt tarnished and worn like our love.
Twisted by our desire, shamed by society,
Meeting where the beds are well tended, read more »Teresa Dearing
350.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
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
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
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
355.FIRST LESSONS OF PASSION.........
He was from southeast,
No dating, no sex
Which is very holy to abide by, read more »RAVIKIRAN ARAKKAL
356.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 met you three years ago
On a run away horse
You helped me I thanked you
We were friends ever since read more »Davina Vanessa Rivas
358.ghost by your side
i told you that wed forever hold eachothers secrets
till the end of time.....
and wed be buryed in the depth of the night read more »jesica reeder
359.A Tickling Teddy Bear that Squeezes the Bajeebies Outta Me
The wildest wiley and wealthiest womanly wife whispered down corridors leading straight to her widower's brother's wife whom
was not wary of western worships with a small trace of whoopi
or even of warthog's total lack of senseless wisdom...
Now ye, relaxes at all hours of the dismal day ending of daddy's read more »Michael Gale
The feeling was light in the musty air
A darkened fright as I looked at my hand
Sentenced to linger on this floating lair
Choking my finger; the gold wedding band read more »Amera Andersen