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Poems About: WEDDING

In this page, poems on / about “wedding” are listed.

  • 133.
    Ophelia is Drowning

    Ophelia is drowning,
    And she is not afraid,
    She thinks death quite romantic
    At 20 she is already an old maid. read more »

    Charlie F. Kane
  • 134.
    Until We Parted

    Never saw the fields of tulips
    never heard a skylark sing
    never saw a sea so tranquil
    until I wore your wedding ring. read more »

    Joyce Hemsley
  • 135.
    Humannequin

    The humannequin
    at the wedding hall gate
    has his smiles hired
    at an hourly rate! read more »

    Pradip Chattopadhyay
  • 136.
    Wedding Day

    Bright Saturday in June
    and there, for once, the whole of it
    and, Lord, I have no camera. read more »

    Donal Mahoney
  • 137.
    Limerick: Once Queer Duke Insisted On Serf Thigh Rights

    Once queer Duke insisted on Serf Thigh rights*
    So bridegrooms replaced brides on first nights:
    Droit de cuissage* then free
    Duchess claimed repartee – read more »

    T (no first name) Wignesan
  • 138.
    Utilitarians

    You mislead me into believing that I am invited to this
    Wedding party, I do not demand that i be furnished a copy of the wedding invitation
    With my name on it, trusting you that the invitation is true,
    So when I handed my gift to the bride and the groom read more »

    RIC S. BASTASA
  • 139.
    To The Ocean

    It's thou dawning horizone
    That dots the first sindhur
    Lambent on earth's crinion
    Bubbling with waving freshener read more »

    Indira Renganathan
  • 140.
    BEST MAN.

    He followed her like
    A shadow,
    Over and near the altar,
    With memories read more »

    RAVIKIRAN ARAKKAL
  • 141.
    ...In The Valley Of My Mind

    I carry black roses
    Of what that has been
    Rain drops wet my floor
    To many cold night read more »

    Eyan Desir
  • 142.
    SINNER / SAINT

    Suppose you wed the whore -
    you'd never be sure
    she wouldn't regress to her old habit
    and resort to fornicating like a rabbit! read more »

    Michael Pruchnicki
  • 143.
    Wendy’s Willy 0950

    Witless waiting was Willy
    while time took time to turn
    round retrograde, returned rarely
    to temper tensions, tenderness attain. read more »

    Jonathan ROBIN
  • 144.
    Colors

    Calming water rushing threw a garden
    fountain
    the something blue on your wedding day
    blue can be a precious to you read more »

    Aiyanna Ortiz
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