Poems About: WEDDING
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349.So Bobby Wasn't Drafted
In 1964 the already unpopular Vietnam War was not yet drafting married men. I had just had a friend who had been killed there and decided I didn't want another.....
So Bobby Wasn't Drafted read more »margaret carlisle
350.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
351.Always The Bride, But Not The Groom
Always the bride, but not the groom
that is what I became
when I went to a Wedding in October.
We went to the wedding, read more »David Harris
352.Reminscing on a Train Ride
Of the quaint retreat
Nestled in the hills, read more »Mamta Agarwal
I went in today, to get myself a reading.
The old witch jump up and danced,
a very strange dance with know meaning.
Then she sat down in front of her crystal ball, read more »sammie bagley
Silk worms spewed me a suit fit for a king
Wore it at a wedding where I coveted read more »jan oskar hansen
355.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
356.HE’S COMING SOON
For most, the time 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
357.A Love That's Past
My mind wonders back
to a love I used to know,
a heart that was glad,
but now I'm so low. read more »Suella Holt
358.The Song That Triggers My Memory
As she lay dying with the radio playing softly in the background,
The notes of a song so sweet tickled and triggered her memory,
Number one in the charts the week she was born,
Playing at her eighteenth birthday party as she floated and swayed in a glorious dance, read more »Laura Cummings
Tell me why you look so sad?
Was it something that I said?
Your face no longer holds that smile,
The smile that makes me feel worthwhile. read more »solo carino
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