Bird Marriage Poems | Bird Poems About Marriage
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My love for thee is like a sparrow
That cometh on rice fields and scared of scarecrows
My love will hit thine heart like an arrow
Perhaps today or tomorrow.
My love for thee is like peacock
Beautiful, noble in front and back
Its stunning colors were able to seduct
A grandeur of a luck
My love for thee is like a parrot
It speaks with love and all the truth
It says no lies for it always oath
To hold you dear in every thought
My love for thee is like a bluebird
In glorious morning thine will hear
Lovely tunes it always sang
That taketh away all your angst.
My love for thee is like a Nightingale
That comes at night and sings its jingle
Its lovely tune will remind thee that I'm here
To wait, to love and hold you dear.
Yes, I love thee and I genuinely care
Through all the years, throughout the tears
Through all the joy, through all the pains
Through all the loss, through all the gains.
You gave to me the strength to stand
When I am tripped, you gave me hand
Mind me not if I gave those lines
Lucky I am for you are mine.
Copyright © Stephany Delima | Year Posted 2015
I just found out the meaning to my bachelorhood.
Now, it's clear to me that those experiences I had earlier are lovelorn.
I've just found the reciprocal affection
I have been struggling for all these years in courtship.
I just realize I have found the right woman for my unborn generations.
I've just found the true companion I can confide in at all time.
I found love at last in this angel who now means the world to me.
God! Thank you to have sent her to me on time,
And not until the beauties in her has faded like tainted rose.
My prayer now is that God shouldn't let me lose someone
Like her that would be very hard to replace.
And I as well pray not to find any course (at a later time) to regret or curse the day we met.
I've just found out she needs white roses; she is a virgin.
Copyright © Abdulhafeez Oyewole | Year Posted 2013
We bid farewell to our eldest daughter
In her marriage ceremony with full honour
The traditional farewell by a brother
To his sister that morn was an emotional crusher
The following morning we had a visitor
A talking parrot found our home cosier
He fluttered around and called out 'Father'
We adored our little addition, my husband's admirer
March 20, 2016
Contest :It Was One Of Those Mornings
Sponsor : Sara Kendrick
Copyright © Balveen Cheema | Year Posted 2016