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Poems About: WEDDING

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  • 313.
    The Dying Gamblers Story

    In a little secret Gambling house in a city known for fame
    There sits a man of tender years his head bowed down in shame
    That young man told a story as sad as can be
    And if you will but listen this is what he said to me. read more »

    Kenneth T. Schofield
  • 314.

    It seems like only yesterday
    That our wedding date was set;
    Although it's been so many years,
    The memories linger yet. read more »

    Maxine Taylor
  • 315.
    The Day She Will Remember

    You left me in this place
    as though i was a waste
    you left me here alone
    my life alone to face read more »

    Sally Nesmith
  • 316.
    Elisheva And Gavriel

    On Lag Ba'Omer 5766,
    On 16th May 2006,
    Under the Chupah in the St John's Wood Shul,
    You begin your Nuptials before one and all. read more »

    Jonathan Goldman a.k.a JGthepoet
  • 317.
    Poem about Poetry - The echoes in my poems

    my poems are echoes
    from realms i have fallen into
    the little angel that had begged me
    to come out of my prolonged slumber read more »

    john tiong chunghoo
  • 318.
    Ode To Shannon Steele

    I'm a professor by day,
    A detective by night,
    I teach education and listen to what my student's say,
    However, try as I might, read more »

    Nadalia Bagratuni
  • 319.
    The River

    There is a river dark and still,
    Behind a house, atop a hill.
    There in it's depths my lover lies
    And nightly I can hear her cries. read more »

    Herman Sequira
  • 320.
    Never Found the Words

    When you two asked me to write a poem for you wedding I felt so honored. But now on this your wedding I must apologize for not writing your poem, I never found the words.

    I never found the words
    that could describe the love you see for one another read more »

    Lore Me34
  • 321.

    When people think of colors they seldom think of White
    But when I think of winter it’s love at first sight
    The air is cold and bitter no two snowflakes the same
    But winter is magical and for people not to see this is a shame read more »

    Megan Lutz
  • 322.
    Beware(Author Favorite)

    She covets her pocketbooks and has no two alike,
    And every month she goes to Belk's to buy a new one.
    At 88, she still drives, with her huge sunglasses,
    Making right turns like an 18-wheeler does. read more »

    Barry A. Lanier
  • 323.
    True Love Hurts

    if love was a light
    and the earth was the soul
    Can it be truth
    or can it be coal read more »

    Karen Weimorts
  • 324.
    Perumaal 55-60

    It was where against Saraswathi
    Fought Thee, vanquished Her sent demons
    Bloodstained stood Thee where valorously coral
    Pavalavalli where with Thee bestowing read more »

    Indira Renganathan
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