Poems About: WEDDING
Poems on / about :
- carpe diem
A baby, a husband, a ring, and a wedding is this the order things come in.
Turn this list round and round then you'll see the way things really comes in.
His baby is wonderful and it's mine. read more »Ashlie Ony
350.So Bobby Wasn't Drafted
In 1964 the already unpopular Vietnam War was not yet drafting married men. I had just had a friend who had been killed there and decided I didn't want another.....
So Bobby Wasn't Drafted read more »margaret carlisle
351.After Having One Good Cry
Oh dear, I have gained such a lot of weight,
now to learn how to make my peace with it,
then start shedding as much as possible read more »Louise Tredoux
352.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
Oldest grandad up above,
You were the one i truly loved,
Loved you did for ninety five years,
When you left there were many a tear. read more »sarah gledhill
354.ghost by your side
i told you that wed forever hold eachothers secrets
till the end of time.....
and wed be buryed in the depth of the night read more »jesica reeder
355.A Tickling Teddy Bear that Squeezes the Bajeebies Outta Me
The wildest wiley and wealthiest womanly wife whispered down corridors leading straight to her widower's brother's wife whom
was not wary of western worships with a small trace of whoopi
or even of warthog's total lack of senseless wisdom...
Now ye, relaxes at all hours of the dismal day ending of daddy's read more »Michael Gale
The feeling was light in the musty air
A darkened fright as I looked at my hand
Sentenced to linger on this floating lair
Choking my finger; the gold wedding band read more »Amera Andersen
Standing where I am
With the many lords and knights
As well as the many ladies and mages
We all smile, nod, and understand read more »Justin Gildow
Great Grandma’s walnut cabinet.
In my house still holds pride of place,
displays her treasures even yet.
Fine china that we could not replace read more »ivor or ivor.e hogg
359.The Song That Triggers My Memory
As she lay dying with the radio playing softly in the background,
The notes of a song so sweet tickled and triggered her memory,
Number one in the charts the week she was born,
Playing at her eighteenth birthday party as she floated and swayed in a glorious dance, read more »Laura Cummings
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