Poems About: WEDDING
Poems on / about :
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13.Once Upon A Wedding Day
Once upon a wedding day
A couple joined in a close association
with hopes of love and good fortune to stay
That brought a state of euphoria to them read more »Joseph T. Renaldi
14.The Wedding Day
Love has such a great way of growing,
Often by leaps and hounds the lovers say
loving hearts has a way of knowing,
With joy she heads to her wedding day.. read more »Arijit Mandal
15.Sounds of wedding bells
They waited sixteen long years
For the sounds of wedding bells
The wedding bells ring, dingdong, dingdong
The wedding bells sing, dingdong, dingdong read more »Sylvia Chidi
has not entered the house yet.
I pack framed photographs: read more »Mary Agnes Dalrymple
17.R.Rozhdestvensky, Wedding - song - translation (rus.)
by Robert Rozhdestvensky
By the country road I was going silent. read more »Lyudmila Purgina
18.O Jenny Dear, I’ve Courted Lang
O Jenny dear, I've courted lang,
I've telt my tale and sung my sang,
And yet I fear I'm i' the wrang,
For ye'll na mak a wedding o't. read more »Susanna Blamire
‘How long is it dear, since we were wed,
when first I ventured into your bed.
We’ve made it through together since then,
time filled with laughter, and counting to ten’. read more »Ernestine Northover
Wedding bells are ringing in the chapel
that should have been ringing
out for you and me.
Now down the isle you walk read more »David Harris
STEP me now a bridal measure,
Work give way to love and leisure,
Hearts be free and hearts be gay --
Doctor Dan doth wed to-day. read more »Paul Laurence Dunbar
22.An amazing wedding poem
I am your princess.
You are my prince.
May all of our wishes come true.
This is our special day. read more »Rosa Tenezaca
is not read more »otteri selvakumar
24.A May Wedding
A May Wedding
As a bride who has the long veil around her head
The dogwood has white petals and they hide branches on the tree.
When it is time for her to kiss the groom read more »Meg Harrison