Acrostic Marriage Poems | Acrostic Poems About Marriage

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Reach For The Stars

Rising before me, are your eyes,.. like the stars
Embracing the light, while reflecting the moon
A room filled with people, ...yet it seems we're alone
Closer you've pulled me, as we dance to one song
Hearing old music, that we knew long ago

For, you and the night, have been here all along
Over the moon, where we wanted to be
Reaching for stars, in our own magic way

The questions I’ve asked, I know you have heard
Here and hereafter are just steps apart
Each step brings me still, gentle heart!

Some things are intended, that we never part
The place I belong, is always with you
All things I have longed for, I've had from the start
Reaching for stars,  .... I climbed over the moon
Stars shine in your eyes, as we dance to old tunes

For the Romantic Contest
Sponsored By Regina Riddle

Copyright © Carrie Richards | Year Posted 2014

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Willow Tryst

Without words I follow you
Into the willow's sheltering shade,
Leaves softly swaying sweet welcome
Limbing a tree serenade;
Overhead song birds keep vigil
Watching love between man and maid.

Tambour rhythm of two hearts
Racing, impetuous and free,
Yearning for love's sacred moment
Secretly shared with a willow tree;
Two lovers tryst, my husband with me.

Faye Lanham Gibson
Copyright, October 5, 2014

Copyright © Faye Gibson | Year Posted 2014

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my loves !

It is an Acrostic *smiles*  study
this here write...much love ya'll !

Copyright © James Peranteau | Year Posted 2010

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Lekker contest

L ooking good she thinks, looking slim
E yeing the glow that's coming from within 
K nowing that all eyes will be upon her
K neeling at the altar will be LEKKER
E very person will have eyes that stream
R econstructed legs has allowed this dream

D oesn't know when pain will ease
R emarked on the baskets of doves for release
E yes now misted over Tad must be my guide
A t the stroke of 12 ,my husband will be at my side
M aking me for sure the happiest bride

Copyright © Seren Roberts | Year Posted 2013

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Working at it

F - For better for worse
R - Remembered, revisited, recalled
A - Aggressive temperaments agitate
G - Gives way and love is lost
I - Illicit affair throws fuel on fire
L - Leaving me beaten - hanging there
E - Endearments all out - nobody to hear

H - Heated arguments
E - Empowered talks
A - Addressing all issues
R - Redeeming our marriage
T - Two aching hearts together treading lightly
S - Sharing special somethings previously so sparse

Copyright © Anna-Marie Docherty | Year Posted 2016

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A Marriage Creed

A Marriage Creed So now my little Man, you've gotten tired of grass" LSD, goof balls, hash" and pills. Someone pretending to be your friend - decided to introduce you to me, Miss Heorine. Well honey, before you start fooling around with me, just let me inform you of how it's going to be. I will seduce you and make you my slave, I have send men much bigger than you to their graves. You think that you can never become a disgrace and end up like poppy seed waste. You will start inhaling me one afternoon. You will take me into your arms very soon and once I have entered deep down in your veins - the craving for me, will drive almost insane. You will need lots of money ( as you have been told ) for darling - I am much more expensive than gold. You will swindle your mother and just for a buck, you will turn into something vice and corrupt. You will rob and steal for my narcotic charm and feel contentment when I am in your arm. The day you realize the monster you have become - you will sollemly promise to leave me alone. If you think that you have that mystical knack - than darling just try getting me of your back. The vomit, the cramps, your gut tied up in a knot, the jangling screaming for just one more shot. The chills and cold sweat, the withdrawls pains can only be cured by my little white grains. There is no other way and there is no need to look, for deep down inside you'll know that you're HOOKED. You will despertely run to the pusher and then you will welcome me back to your arm once again and when you return ( just as I foretold ) I'll know that you'll give me your body and soul. You'll give up your morals, your consceience, your heart and you'll be mine untill DEATH do us part...
)2/26/2014 Written by Lucilla M. Carrillo Note: This will be the last poem that I'll write on this. I don't want to bore you. I just feel that more people need to know about this problem...

Copyright © Lucilla Carrillo | Year Posted 2014

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Red Petals Of Everlasting Love

Red  Petals Of  Everlasting Love

Perfect couples united in a Holy Matrimony
Entwined  by God in His most divine harmony
They built a home in the  fortress of true love
A salubrious place,  their most comforting cove.
Lulling over a lake of serenity from the start
Sustained by faith and fidelity deep in the heart.

For being steadfast in love, in their conviction
Over the years, no squalls razed their foundation
Relentlessly, they look forward for future boons.

Blessed now they are with lovely and talented children
In their sacrifices and patience, dreams will be on hand
Nurtured kids by their great mother and father
God loving and fearing ones, blessings to all others.

Red petals of everlasting love rain from the sky
Outpouring  over these two hearts’  boundless tie
Matrimonial bond - an oath to God forever
Eternal amorous affinity they’ll never surrender
Lifetime creases their body, it doesn’t matter.

©2016Leonora Galinta
 All Rights Reserved

Feb. 14, 2016  6.05 pm.

-Sharing a a poem as my Valentines gift to couples (my cousin and his wife).. An earnest request giving me the title, “ Everlasting Love”  but I added words on the title.

Copyright © Galeo DS | Year Posted 2016

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What's In A Name

A ~a cost too high to pay
N ~no fidelity; no endurance
G ~goes without saying; we flunked
L ~loved the Bling that came with it
E ~ever after; not in this lifetime
S ~so, there you have it; we’re done
E ~elated; we’ve come to this conclusion
Y ~you can refer to me as ~K~; without the last name

Copyright © Karen Anglesey | Year Posted 2013

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Generous nature nurturing our plants and family too
Altruism sprinkled with lots of hopes and loving care
Reaching for the sun and spreading warmth to many souls
Daffodils her Springtime flower pushing through the ground
Energetic grandchildren are fertilized with play
Neila My Forever Love, The Gardener of My Dreams

©2013 Rick Zablocki

Copyright © Rick Zablocki | Year Posted 2013

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I caress you in my arms
and your beauty alarms me...
your soft skin disarms me
and your musical voice charms me...
I lose myself within you
everytime our lovemaking begins a new...
And I knew in that moment
that I had to vent my sentiments
I love you and my essence would plead too
that I drink you, I eat you, and I breath you
...I need you!...

By Soul's Floetry 

Copyright © Souls Floetry | Year Posted 2012

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Magnolia: Sweet Tradition

Married under a lavish evergreen canopy,
aromatic blooms filled the evening air.
Grand was our cathedral of open sky.
Newlyweds kissed
on the twenty forth of May (your grandparents' anniversary).
Lying above us on an old lower limb:
initials side by side, theirs and ours,
artistically carved by him and you, many years apart.

Sweet bridal bouquet of magnolias you cut.
When as your grandfather's tradition to your grandmother,
each twenty forth of May, she and I received a bouquet.
Even after his death you carried on for both of us, then to her grave.
That tree bloomed two lifetimes of bouquets, both bitter and sweet.

Then we parted.... Went our separate ways.
Reality sometimes overshadows romanticism,
although true love never dies.
Deep in our hearts the magnolia still blooms.
I missed you as much as you missed me, those eleven years,
till one day the sun stepped up on my porch.
I knew when I looked in your eyes and felt your embrace,
On the twenty forth of may, I'll receive a bouquet.
Never again will we part.

Copyright © Arlene Smith | Year Posted 2015

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Tic-toc, tic-toc, hushed hours chime loudly
Hoping you’ll get here soon, so I can wildly
Effervesce, your scent intoxicating fiercely.

At work with no clue, ignorance bliss, like her,
For she’s oblivious too. We need to find a cure.
Floating on the echo of your last spoken words,
All-consuming desires, once more—always just one more time.
I can’t continue like this, guilt overpowering. It’s over.
Rarely does anyone come out unscathed!

05th May 2016 
Nicola Byrne

Copyright © Nicola Byrne | Year Posted 2016

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My Companion

She's like the essence of variety.
Her ability to inspire me
taste like passion when she says "Hi" to me.
She'll never lie to me.
Cause she's truth.
She's love like a harsh lesson
and more precious than a subtle blessing.
Constantly testing my sanity like a harsh whisper...
And unlike fear... her sister
I kissed her and never knew lonliness
cause this...
was not an option
after adoption of her promise
She's my companion and like my heart
we were made to be together
She is forever and to sever us... is death.
Like breath without her there's no me left.
Life... my wife... my existence
I'm so deeply in love with you
Pain... I insist this

By: Soul's Floetry

Copyright © Souls Floetry | Year Posted 2013

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               Maybe G_d was tired when he enlivened Adam first
               Who would organize the world so full of stuff--
               No man can find his keys without a woman toting purse

Victoria Anderson-Throop (c)2013

Copyright © Victoria Anderson-Throop | Year Posted 2013

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Can there be more solid man
On the couch he’s planted here
Under blankets and old books
Calling orders for more beer
Has he grown a set of roots

Planting him eternally
Or is it possible
That he ‘s related to a tree?
As I glance at him again
Taking drinks and giving smiles
Oh, I’d rather have him home--
                       TV’s cheaper than gas miles

Copyright © Victoria Anderson-Throop | Year Posted 2013

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Paradise, Means Forever With You

Paradise, Means Forever With You

P romising our true love forever and a day
A ctions in these wonderful years proving our vow
R emembering to each and every new day say
A heartfelt, "kiss me dearest darling, do it now"!
D emands in our lives are to be properly placed
I  n our vow, I will forever hold loving you
S avoring every moment, of our lives you graced 
E ternity is paradise loving we two!


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John Hamilton contest: Paradise

1 original, poem on the theme of ....Paradise...
Must be acrostic using the word , "paradise".

No names please! Date necessary. 
Must be new poem!

Copyright © Robert Lindley | Year Posted 2015

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Forgiveness is key.
Remember this:
Agree to disagree, and you’ll
Get along fine. Say
I love you often.
Leave room for the other to breathe.
Each night go to bed with a kiss.

Hear each other! Listen intently!
Eagerly await your spouse’s arrival.
Attend to the marriage, never
Rescind the contract nor threaten it.
Train your children by your example.
Serenade each other with kind words.

FRAGILE glass shatters lives. Protect your
HEARTS like you would an heirloom figurine.


Copyright © Kim Rodrigues | Year Posted 2016

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June 30, 1996

At dawn, the air was tinged with the smell of impending heat

Best friends make the best spouses!!
Last night apart was totally overrated.  Bachelor boredom.
Uptight? Not by a damned sight.  Can’t wait to marry my soul mate!
Everybody’s looking so dapper! How unusual!

Mom and Dad walk with me to the garden, where I see you…
Oh my, do you look like an absolute goddess!
Over 100 degrees under the chuppah; thought we’d be the supper!
Nuptials, circling and consecrating each other, vows, true love and joyous tears

Indivisible for all time, joined as a family, my wife and I.  Wife? Husband? Wow.
Nibbling the amazing food here and there while making the rounds

Jubilant and giddy while taking pictures after; the pictures show it!
Us alone for stolen moments here and there
Night fell; we drove off into the sunset with the Blue Moon rising behind us
Ending in sweet togetherness on and off all blessed night


Copyright © Tom Quigley | Year Posted 2016

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Barbara Ann

Barbara Ann 
By Curtis Johnson

Between children and church, work and play, we’ve had a good life
At this season in our lives, our work is measured; not a push and rush
Relationship with God and between the two of us, are by far our greatest quest

Before “you”, there was barely a “me” ; with you I am fulfilled, as we climb our hills.
At the beginning, we thought that we were destined to travel together around the world,
Rescuing and feeding the hungry; helping to save the lost; praying for the sick to be healed.
At some point, however, we had children of our own, and stuck to our mission closer to home.

And honey, I must say that it is both my pride and privilege to be growing old with you.
Never to be separated but by death, is the phrase that must always describe our relationship
Nothing pleases me more than being at one with you, and having our marital covenant still in tack.
 cj10242015 (contest)

Copyright © curtis johnson | Year Posted 2015

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Richard And Carma Palmer Forever

R- richness beauty,             
I- in love, we are, have we;
C- charisma n' sass', *yes we 
do*, pon dis:
H- holy ground, before The 
A- almighty grace, of family  n' 
friends, where peace n' unity;
R- realms, united tightly, 
bonded, you and I;
D- deliverance silently,,,

A- another world~ring, 
promised, aloud;
N- never to be darkened by, 
D- darkness knights dawn...

C- cometh unto thy sun~Rae's;
A- alliance steeled skies, pure 
R- righteous colour to;
M- mend, heal, stir, 
A- amen......

P- praise wise prayer;
A- and GOD will carefully,
L- listen; weary,
M- mercifully, cleansed, 
weeping rain, drys;
E- externally,
R- rising us in sickness n' 
health as:

F- faith and wisdom, stand 
stone~rock solid, to cherry,
O- one another always perched, 
proudly overcooled all 
pathways; turned or unturned,
R- revived triumph waterfalls; 
E- everlasting peak,
V- victoriously, we see, we 
speak, wisely owl;and
E- entry Law,
R- ripely in strength,in love, 
heart n' soul, ahhhhhhhhh "di 
hell wid it," we juss suh, " Mi 
GuN~ShoT, WED~LOCK;" fi 
life, "Dem Gaza weh....#1
trespass, or a murdda yuh 
dub~step in Holy 

All Rights Reserved
Carma Reed

Copyright © Carma Reed | Year Posted 2013

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My Thoughts

I thought by now that I would have 
traveled down the aisle of matrimony
I thought by now that a silver band would 
have been placed upon my finger
I thought by now that there would have 
been well wishes and a honeymoon
I thought by now that there would be, well 
you know how it goes


Well, his ways are not my ways, his 
thoughts are not my thoughts
It's all about his timing

So, I'll wait with the thoughts that God 
loves me so much that he has kept
me for that special someone

My Thoughts...

Copyright © Cassandra Ruffin | Year Posted 2013

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F antastical daydream, from that moment on, made real
O therworldly, God-sent, lover, full of fervent zeal.
R ipe masculinity, dripping with desire,
E yes smoldering with charasmatic Fire.
V aliant, Demi-God, modern-day Prince Charming, 
E ffervescent boy-ish smile, disarming.
R uminating romantic, hopeless devotion, head over heels
I rreplaceable, irresistible, toe-curling squeals.
N atural-born, artful lover, kisses of wine 
Y outhful exuberance, male specimen, so fine.
O pen-hearted, unguarded, child-like, heart is true 
U nbridled passion ensues 
R acing heart, bated breath, tingling anticipations
E nvelops my soul beyond expectations 
Y oung love turns to slow, deep embers still burning 
E mbraces with still hungry arms still leave me yearning 
S ouls entwined, keeps love's hope burning. 

Copyright © Michelle Morningstar | Year Posted 2016

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This year Carl marries Olivia

Carl was very anxious
Olivia looked at him and she became suspicious…
“Never before I wanted to confess it to you” he said
“From the very first day…" his face became red…
"Everything I wanted is to be with you forever,
Spend good and bad days together,
Sing songs to our future children,
Illustrate our house with a picture of yellow linden...
Olivia, marry me..." he knelt
"Never...I'd be able to live without you", her heart melt...

Copyright © Zhanara Kushueva | Year Posted 2015

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Copyright © Kelly Zakerski | Year Posted 2009

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Frances, my wife and forever friend,
Romantic, on her I depend, 
Always loving when I least expect,
Never aloof, always showing respect,
Caring and kind to all she meets,
Even strangers smile she greets,
She says she's no angel, she is to me.

© Dave Timperley October 2014

Copyright © Dave Timperley | Year Posted 2014

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(a shadow acrostic)

torturous mind games, four feet
of twisting licorice, a ballyhoo
resembling a semantic barometer.
truth has a hint of hateful taint -
us – me and you, in tongue twister adieu -
orgasmic twister of innuendo.
ultimately our mop unwinds. tiramisu 
served – every storm has its doubts.

Kim Rodrigues © 2016

Tortuous and torturous - a twisted duo

Copyright © Kim Rodrigues | Year Posted 2016

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Maybe for some but not for me
At least that's the way it appears to be
Right or wrong that's what I see
Really isn't bad though being free
I never believed someone held the key
At least I'm sure it wasn't he
Going to be happy is what say she
Even if there will never be a we

Copyright © J Dawn | Year Posted 2009

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M ay  your lives merge together as one,

A nd grow stronger with each setting sun,

R ejoice in a faith that is new,

R emembering a love that is true,

I magion eternal happiness filling your hearts,

A nd let no troublesome stirm pull you apart,
G row together with each setting sun,

E ach day till your final day is done.

Copyright © Teona Bedell | Year Posted 2006

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Love Came Down Through Marriage

M-e and you agree to this union of Holy M-atrimony.
A-ll you need to know is I will always A-dore you.
R-egardless what happens we will have a healthy R-elationship.
R-emember all birthdays and anniversaries or you'll R-egret it.
I-n all ways, I will always show how I-mportant you are to me.
A-ll my A-ttention in the world you have.
G-ive of yourself freely, G-oing the full monty.
E-ach person makes E-veryday count.

Copyright © Jimmy Anderson | Year Posted 2009

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Called and chosen of God
Her trustful love for her saviour
Resting on his gracious mercy
Inwardly thoughtful and helpful
Such a faithful and loving wife
Truly wise and compassionate
Immeasurably full of constant love
Never failing true forever friend
Emblem of love's truest preciousness

(Dedication to my wife Christine.
Christine is special because she loves me unconditionally)

Copyright © Gordon McConnell | Year Posted 2016