Poems About: MARRIAGE
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49.In heaven, or hate driven
God bless use-before expiry date,
Marriage knots if not of Pearly Gate,
Fine, but of two short years!
They are scarce bubbly beers: read more »Aniruddha Pathak
50.These Boring Radio Chat Shows
These boring radio chat shows where women discuss their boring lives
And their unhappy marriages angry hard done by housewives
Who suspect that their husbands are having sex elsewhere
But as you and I too well know that life's not always fair. read more »Francis Duggan
Ell Briddley she knows of the hard side of life
For many years she has been a battered wife
Her late husband Jake often bashed her and their only child Joe
He succumbed to cancer some five years ago. read more »Francis Duggan
Marriage is to help without hesitation,
It is to surrender without expectation,
It is to love without any limitation,
It is to remember without any communication. read more »Dr. Yogesh Sharma
53.SAME SEX MARRIAGES
Marriage is not about opposite sexes
coming together for tax breaks read more »Suzae Chevalier
54.Marriage And Divorce
If marriage is a fortune,
Then divorce is a misfortune:
Failure at one of the greatest
Attempts in life. read more »Walterrean Salley
55.Man And Woman, Speaking And Listening
First and Second years
Man speaks; woman listens read more »Raj Arumugam
56.' Marital Affair '
No doubt love binds
two hearts in marriage
and seal the bond for life
could it survive the strife? read more »Marvin Brato Sr
57.DREAMS NIGHTMARE FANTASY AND REALITY
on my little sweet bed i had a dream
it was all about you and i drinking
drinking at the celebration of our marriage read more »juslaine lareine jls
Marriage is a legal binding,
A societal commitment
And a seal of option.
Loss of freedom and birth of boredom. read more »Rm.Shanmugam Chettiar.
59.Is marriage a joy?
Freedom is a joy.
Marriage is a bond
To break open is a joy.
Marriage has one bolted in. read more »Rm.Shanmugam Chettiar.
60.fences and fidelities
marriages were made
to be broken, that seems to be the rule now
women have long demanded
fidelity read more »RIC S. BASTASA