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Poems About: MARRIAGE

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  • 349.
    Sowing my wild oats

    Wild oats
    My wild oats
    Sowing my wild oats? read more »

    James Hart
  • 350.
    Prostitution lost its meaning

    Jewels lost their luster.
    Women discarded them.
    Plaited hair is not a fashion.
    It has become ceremonial. read more »

    Rm.Shanmugam Chettiar.
  • 351.
    The Ageing Millionaire Joe

    That money does speak every language we have often heard before
    Old Joe the wealthy developer he is eight years with three score
    With seventeen great grandchildren he has left his second wife
    And many young nubile females want to be part of his life read more »

    Francis Duggan
  • 352.
    In Seeking Of Love, Some Follow Heart (Part 2)

    Some say love is blind,
    In her eye, true love is what he finds,
    They fall in love head over heel,
    Marriage would be a sweet deal, read more »

    U Win Kyi
  • 353.
    Why I Stayed

    The way you look, how you sound, the way you move your lips.
    That's why I stayed
    You try and try to work it out, 'He can change'
    you tell your self. read more »

    Cecelia kayonnie
  • 354.
    You are too young to get married

    You are happy because over the threshold is where you'll be carried.
    But you are too young to get married.
    Marriage is a very serious step to take.
    You are sixteen and this is a mistake. read more »

    Randy Johnson
  • 355.
    Marriage Vows

    When we take our marriage vows, it's
    supposed to be, till death do us part,
    but in this day and age, it can be over
    before it will start! Couples, don't try to read more »

    Audrey Heller
  • 356.
    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
  • 357.

    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
  • 358.

    in one house
    they live
    as married couple read more »

  • 359.
    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
  • 360.
    There operations for me every year.

    read more »

    Susie Sunshine
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