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Tanka Marriage Poems | Tanka Poems About Marriage

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Faith In God Makes A Difference


                                            Commitments are hard
                                        Time is swift and life is short
                                              Misfortunes happen
                                      Faith in God makes a difference
                                         Times will pass much easier

                                           By Eve Roper 11/14/2014


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as we walked the beach the pink skies softened the tide and smoothed lines in our faces.... your hand reached out to mine to touch a girl you once knew
____________________ 4/2/15


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Golden Years

                                                      Golden Years

                                                 With advancing years
                                                 Admiration, devotion
                                                  Our outpouring love
                                          Is our foundation for marriage
                                                 Expectation of our life

                                                By: Eve Roper 2/2/2015                     


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Marriage

"Till death us do part"
Thus I stepped upon a trap;
Oh, Why I said that?
Now I wail to no avail,
Oh, my life is in shambles!



(Tanka Contest)


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Five Lines or Less

compelled to take

a photo of a Spaniard

and his lovely bride. . . 

    decades later learning of

           their fame and sad demise


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Love Note Wisdom

As love grows older,
we learn to bend-not to break,
our hearts mature but
when an argument flares up
silence and a cocktail helps.



For Rick Parise's contest, 'One Tanka - Theme Love Note'