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Marriage Senryu Poems | Senryu Poems About Marriage

These Marriage Senryu poems are examples of Senryu poems about Marriage. These are the best examples of Marriage Senryu poems written by international PoetrySoup poets

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The Perfect Woman


                                    Perfect woman is
                          one who changed myth to mrs*.....
                               she wears my gold ring







* Mrs is the title for married women in the UK  (pronounced Misses)

Seren Roberts


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on my wedding day

on my wedding day
having trouble tieing the knot
in my neck tie


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Marriage

So many hopes and dreams,
promises, “I do’s”, kisses 
celebrating love.

Working hard to build
a home, a life, a future,
keeping love alive.

How could we go wrong?
The years, the tears, the regrets,
love wasn’t enough.


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Touched by your flame

Your Love came by grace
      Flames sprang gently from the heart    
             Of its own free will ...              


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Marriage

Between two people in love
the lover and the loved.
The loved always wins


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HE ATE HER YEARS

                    

                                                      HE ATE HER YEARS

                                                          Ate her years
                                              Doused with cold draft beer      
                                                           Took a bow
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      


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Domestic tranquility

If you want a true Marriage sublime… do what I Did…marry a mime!!


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A Marriage Gone Sour

Father's Day is here
They lived in separate homes
Off to Dad's they go
 
He offers them drinks
Then forced them both to consume 
In adjacent rooms
 
Sis lay dead on bed
Brother was barely alive
Dad expired on lawn