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Poems About: WEDDING

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  • 337.
    Piano Strings See

    She keeps secrets from you
    Knows it’s something they say never to do
    But how does she say
    How does she break that news read more »

    Frankie Renae
  • 338.
    the wrong woman for the man who feels he is the right man

    it happens all the time
    when the right man feels
    that he has wed the wrong woman
    when the wrong woman too read more »

    RIC S. BASTASA
  • 339.
    Son of Desire

    The moon's soft glow through frosted clouds,
    Felt tarnished and worn like our love.
    Twisted by our desire, shamed by society,
    Meeting where the beds are well tended, read more »

    Teresa Dearing
  • 340.
    HE’S COMING SOON

    For most, the time has been so long
    I’ve heard my children’s cry
    Prepare to sing your wedding song
    Your Groom is drawing nigh read more »

    Michael P. Johnson
  • 341.
    Take-off

    Swallows in the month of January
    Flying one foot above the grass,
    Yellow mostly, and some green,
    While Air India queues up, read more »

    Daniel Trevelyn Joseph
  • 342.
    The 'Poem A Day' Project ~ Day 148

    The Bride holds her flowers and straightens her veil
    The Groom cleans his whiskers and straightens his tail
    The Tiny biscuit box church is full of light
    The bells chime loudly, the sun shines bright read more »

    Flying Lemming
  • 343.
    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
  • 344.
    Love's Questions

    Tell me why you look so sad?
    Was it something that I said?
    Your face no longer holds that smile,
    The smile that makes me feel worthwhile. read more »

    solo carino
  • 345.
    Gibbous over Wood

    The moon is not yet grown -
    It is at the doorstep of maturity.
    But still its light comes down
    Through the broadleaf wood. read more »

    Sophia White
  • 346.
    Current Currency

    Dollars, euros, yen:
    they’re all just pretty pieces of rags,
    cotton, linen, and silk,
    a bit of Crane paper, so we’re told. read more »

    Sonny Rainshine
  • 347.
    The Reading

    I went in today, to get myself a reading.
    The old witch jump up and danced,
    a very strange dance with know meaning.
    Then she sat down in front of her crystal ball, read more »

    sammie bagley
  • 348.
    brides

    Brides.

    Silk worms spewed me a suit fit for a king
    Wore it at a wedding where I coveted read more »

    jan oskar hansen
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