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Reception Poems - Poems about Reception

Reception Poems - Examples of all types of poems about reception to share and read. This list of new poems is composed of the works of modern poets of PoetrySoup. Read short, long, best, and famous examples for reception.
the way of a marriage
...The way a marriage On the bus 8 to Garston, I met my future wife; I was going to meet someone at the British Legion, something about a job as a cook on a ship. At an outdoor, we bought cans of ......Read More
Categories: reception, abuse, addiction, anti bullying,
Form: Blank verse

...The ceremony is over, The register has been signed: Two people, very much in love, Walk slowly down the aisle. The bride, radiant and happy – The man she loves right by her side; The groom smil......Read More
Categories: reception, love, marriage, wedding,
Form: Free verse
... After a wedding reception spent dancing… hours my rhythm spent pursuing I decided to look up the definition of dancing… to see if that’s what I was doing. The first definition is to move rhyt......Read More
Categories: reception, dance,
Form: Rhyme
... I was blessed to officiate at our son (Ryan’s) and his now wife (Amy’s) wedding yesterday…the only person at the wedding who was turned the other way. From my unique perspective I was acutely an......Read More
Categories: reception, love, marriage,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member SECLUSION an open form
...SECLUSION observed patterns  transcribed in creativeness &the reception  in paradoxes o literal originality quality fragmented with mandatory fidelity inwith the existence to p......Read More
Categories: reception, poetry,
Form: Other

A Wedding-Multiple Choice Quiz
... Weddings most often take place in June because... a. It's the traditional month b. More flowers are in bloom then c. Mother's coerce their daughters to choose it d. As a little girl, it......Read More
Categories: reception, conflict, confusion, wedding,
Form: List
Premium Member The Cavity Impossible To Fill
..."The most vicious of all species, the human is reddest in tooth and manicured claw." -- the countless animal organisms killed on Beast Planet * * * "Together let us mourn the ......Read More
Categories: reception, pain,
Form: Sonnet
Waiting for Acceptance
...Now Buxton is the place to stay when hiking in “the Dales”, But your schedule’s shot to pieces if you’re troubled by strong gales, On a campsite in the Pennines the wind was blowing bitterly I con......Read More
Categories: reception, anxiety, character, confusion, gender,
Form: Narrative
Premium Member Love Conquers All
...We met at a reception just by chance. Could it have been some sweet love at first sight? I gave her a long penetrating glance Orange hair, shapely cheeks and lips red bright. I smiled, and invi......Read More
Categories: reception, love,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Friday Night Check-ins
... Friday Night Check-ins The days have been calm and collected. The guests have been happy, content. The weekday staff scurry out from the hotel To avoid the upcoming e......Read More
Categories: reception, age, england, funny, humor,
Form: Rhyme
Odds And Ends
...He was always dressed in fashion And as he walked down the street Not many people noticed That he’d got both left feet He wore wide flared long trousers Boots with very square toed ends They c......Read More
Categories: reception, fantasy, fun, humor,
Form: Rhyme
Unconventional Love
...It was a Bikers wedding. All the Chapter were there In brightly coloured leathers And freshly washed hair. They escorted them off To the start of their new life As Mister and Mrs, Husband an......Read More
Categories: reception, celebration, farewell, love, remember,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Instigator of the Mayhem
...beautiful wedding priest gave a lovely talk message was “marry someone you are proud of” Three couples broke up during the reception Socialized behavior went out the window Yelling, screaming, t......Read More
Categories: reception, wedding,
Form: Free verse
Luke tries to mar a marriage
... The clouds dispersed and brightened And Luke looked The Frightened His long bright look had darkened, A week’s prayer not hearkened: Not that of fervent farmer A long parched Earth is Hammer ......Read More
Categories: reception, conflict, evil, marriage, water,
Form: Rhyme
My opinion about contraception
... Men have begun to predict That I shall self contradict, Next, in church my interdict, To be not saved by Edict: My Governor Soldier friend’s, Both of us Christ’s truest fiends… Still say ......Read More
Categories: reception, baby, child, evil, religion,
Form: Rhyme

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