Poems About: WEDDING
Poems on / about :
- carpe diem
349.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
350.Take A Picture
Just a picture, could mean a couple words,
But the one I hold dearly close to my heart,
Means more to me than anything else,
This photograph, you I love in black and white. read more »Lee Tran
Your love threw me
In the land of wonders.
It took me by surprise
From my neck read more »Atef Ayadi
352.Kamasutra Poetry Series 2 - Flickering Candles of Bliss
two red candles
stand tall and straight
on an altar of bliss read more »john tiong chunghoo
353.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
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
355.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
356.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
357.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
358.WEDDING WISHES 2
Nurturing your love through all kinds of weather
Building a bridge of bond to be forever together read more »Mittur Ramprasad
359.How Does One, Or Two, Spell Divorce?
Couples who get divorced, might be called disss-engaged, don't you see? ...
In reality, and they don't know it, they just want to be free.
They don't get along... read more »Michael Gale
360.Lines on a Souvenir Tea Towel (The Royal Wedding,1981)
Princess Di smiles up.
She’s wearing a frilled blouse
and a black velvet ribbon at her throat.
I had a blouse like that. read more »Janice Windle