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Tanka Wedding Poems | Tanka Poems About Wedding

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My white wedding dress
  Now on my eldest daughter
    Twirling in mirror
      I hope in twenty years she
        Won’t be invisible too

For the "Tanka- Love and Marriage"  and "Tanka - the pivot" contest

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Beauty In The Eyes Of The Beholder

Lovely baby blues
Your eyes on our wedding day
Years melt and are gone
Age changes outward beauty
Memory keeps the moment

"A Memory Of Beauty" Contest   
Sponsored by: ^Rick Parise August 2010 

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             dove grey dress
counterpoint to
white roses 
             wedding vows pledged
             in five minute ceremony

waste overflowing
                 wilted rose buds 
made yesterday 
                unmistakable stench

Forms: Tanka and Kyoka

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The resplendent bride adorned in red, white and gold, radiant beauty. The handsome groom- - Adonis himself, gladly tied the knot. An arranged marriage, Finding love in daily chores, Upheavals of life, Testing and turbulent times, Like a needle in haystack. Delightful angels Two ,Ever bridging the rift Ushering in joys, Deepening the sacred bond, Eight years of marital bliss!

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Love and Marriage

Love and Marriage

Marriage without love
Love-making  should make it work.
Love without marriage
Love-making could make it slip.
Big  questions  of make and break.


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wedding night

                                               In my wedding night
                                     My bride waits sandalwood smell
                                                 Girls are curious
                                             Collyrium eyes glisten 
                                       The moths sit on burning lights

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Afternoon Music

Cool breezy chapel,
Summer wedding— pastor’s voice
Climbs into the bride’s 

Ears, the groom whispers to God;
A baby cries— rings exchanged.

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Marriage is a deal
It gives love’s recognition
It is a blessing
It paves the way for more care
For each other in the world

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The Wedding

soft steps in the sand
naked feet and formal dress
macaws serenade
azure water comes ashore
kisses under the palm trees

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First Night Is Sweet

The first night is sweet
Give and take makes it sweeter
For the vow to last,
Love is the answer, mending…
The differences we cast