Alliteration Wedding Poems | Alliteration Poems About Wedding
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Corpulent cottagers clapping like clowns
a fat Friday festival, gobblers and gowns.
Merry mad munchers of muffins and mirth
do-si-do dumbly, eaters of earth.
Champagne sugar shoved in a shoe
If love lasts not long, love handles will do.
Copyright © Aron Jacob | Year Posted 2012
Olive wore a wedding dress of lilac voile
Her groom gave a beaming smile
When she glided down the aisle
Peter persistently proposed… Peter’s patience prevailed!
Contest: 4 lines
First line: anagram.
Second/third line: Couplet
Fourth line: Alliteration.
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18th December 2015
Copyright © JAN ALLISON | Year Posted 2015
When I walk down that aile.
knowing that closer to the end,
Only one eyes I look at.
Only one face i see.
I see your gorgeous face,
falling in love with you all over again.
Knowing i'm closer to being yours.
Copyright © Angel Hale | Year Posted 2012
The honey moon[Alliteration]
Tobi takes Tope to Thailand in a top class Train,
which makes Mike to marry Michelle
in Cynthia`s crystalline church,
This baffles Becky Baker but,
Propels Peter Parker to pick a powerful package.
Copyright © olusegun Arowolo | Year Posted 2011
Whether we wander wistful
whether we wander wise
we waltz wedding’s waltz; whenever
we’ll wriggle with wishful wives
Wind wispy willow
willy-nilly we’ll whirl
we’ll widdle we’ll weave; whenever
we'll waltz with wedding's wench
Well worthy we writers
who with words wrench
Finishing Line Press. Book FAREWELL TO THE DUST, by C. S. Leaf avalible March 2008
Copyright © Craig Leaf | Year Posted 2007
I'm in the shadows....
In the Dark...
No way out....
There are birds above...
And birds below me....
Copyright © Eva J Tortora | Year Posted 2006
On seven hills,
In seven countries,
Seven brides were set to wed
Not seven brothers,
Though all sevens’ fathers were all dead.
And seven ushers,
Each stood seven and a half foot tall.
Seven “I dos”, on brides lips fall.
Each couple went for seven nights.
In Seventh heaven
For seven sessions of pure delight.
Copyright © Michael Degenhardt | Year Posted 2008