Poems About: MARRIAGE
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349.Sonnet: On Holy Matrimony
When man, woman join in Matrimony,
And take their vow to live their life on earth,
As husband, wife, in Lord’s name, not money:
Blessed are they both and those who brought them forth. read more »Dr John Celes
350.When You Least Expect It
Knock-kneed Nell had stories to tell
About all the sights she'd seen.
That sexy sway began her day....
Thinking how things could have been. read more »elysabeth faslund
Seen as unsuccessful and nagged by his wife
But Billy will tell you his is not a bad life
Every evening after work he's in the pub until late
And he is one who is not short of a mate. read more »Francis Duggan
Mom takes me from Dad
Cold of Upstate New York read more »Bill Grace
353.Forever On A Page
As I lay here in my bed;
I think of all the things they said.
'How do i love thee? ', I quote.
And 'let me not to the marriage of true minds', he wrote. read more »Nkululeko Mdudu
in one house
as married couple read more »RIC S. BASTASA
355.He Often Thinks Of Rosie
He often thinks of Rosie where might she be today?
Is she still back home in Derry from here long miles away
For three years they were an item but for them things did not work out
As often can happen in love affairs between one from a Northern Land and one from a Land in the far South. read more »Francis Duggan
356.There operations for me every year.Susie Sunshine
Most little girls dream of being a
grown up mommy some day.
They play dress up.
Some dream of being a bride read more »GAYLE ANNE GOFF
When the going gets tough, the tough get going read more »Edward Iacona
359.zz 118 Open marriage
Open marriage, how soon it comes apart,
regardless of what anybody says.
They claim free lovers can preserve one heart.
But who could counterfeit love’s offices read more »Edward Wright Haile
360.yung and freudened
When men are yung they are easily freudened
of marriage against which they're hardened, till hoydened,
and when they get older they're even more wary
of marriage, towards which their thoughts are contrary, read more »gershon hepner