Poems About: MARRIAGE
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349.her name starts with an F...
AT That time she only knew love
nothing below or above it
all love, nothing about the future
nothing to take, but all read more »RIC S. BASTASA
350.Birth of Originality
Satin-like – her wing
Breaks out of her mother.
She begins to drink the sunlight
Like a bottle. read more »Amy Marie
Honour them by making some concessions,
Like a woman o love and in marriage;
But Mama's biggest daughter is the tasty love that you have. read more »Edward Kofi Louis
352.a poem on love
breaks like a glass.
even relationships breaks read more »ritty patnaik
353.Retreat for a wounded lovers.
Marriage and happiness is not written for everyone in a book
based on paitents communication and trust, not like fish on the hook
You may have a pastor or counselors but no promises written in stone
it is not quick or easy, like a dog right away who fiches a bone read more »michael neguse
In the mist of morning,
I remember that day,
When we fought with each other,
And you went away, read more »Tara Chettur
355.Still stuck in teens.....
Still stuck in my teens,
I believe in True Love,
I believe all true love ends up in marriages, read more »Tara Chettur
She stood as silhouette
In the twilight of the moon
Her red bridal attire
Made her look all the more beautiful read more »Ritu Shah
We have got to know more of planets.
Still we believe they are destiny guides.
We learnt the truth of Darwin’s theory.
Still we believe Adam and Eve concept. read more »Rm.Shanmugam Chettiar.
As large as the world
We scoured it for our hearts
We converged to be one
To sustaining our friendship read more »Nichola Okoro
Why should a foolish marriage vow,
Which long ago was made,
Oblige us to each other now
When passion is decay'd? read more »victor adeola
As I walk the dog each night, I stare into the sky.
The stars alone bear mute witness to my daily weary sigh
I still ask the heavens of what went wrong to love that went awry.
And I think of the things we could have done but she would not even try. read more »Edward Iacona