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Short Epithalamium Poems

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Epithalamium
I married not her money, but for what she is with pure intent and love!...

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Categories: love, wife,
Form: Epithalamium



Sad
Something
to hang
my hat on
but the square peg
in the round hole
leaves the peg
and my poems
trampled
on the ground....

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Categories: life,
Form: Epithalamium
Blessing for Nik and James
May your married life be fruitful
and full of color,
And may your life together 
be forever entwined,
like ivy on a wall....

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© jacque lee  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: friendship, happiness, wedding, life,
Form: Epithalamium
Premium Member NONET nine lines down
a prosaic prothalamion
with a epithalamium
sung to greet their wedding day
in rhyming roundelay-
verse and versicle
doxology
antiphon-
in plain
song


...

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Categories: epithalamium, poetry, wedding,
Form: Nonet
EPITHALAMIUM # 2
As spring turned to summer
Nary a cloud marked the sky
As I looked at my maiden fair
I wiped a tear from my eye
As we stood before God at the alter
And made our vows, my love and I
...

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Categories: epithalamium, wedding
Form: I do not know?



Premium Member BRIDE AND BRIDEGROOM VISUAL SMILES AS WIDE AS THE HORIZON-
O' my lady whose was on her way to her marriage chamber,
both Father and father embrace her;
A smile as long as God's horizon,
as you thank Him for your bridegroom;
Hallelujah; 


8/10/19
Written by James Edward Lee Sr.2019©...

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Categories: analogy, beautiful, desire, i love you,
Form: Epithalamium
FREE CEE no matter the matter


               NO MATTER THE MATTER

There are ladies who will laugh at anything I said
No matter how corny I get
There are ugly women I wouldn’t invite into my bed
No matter how horny I get
                     © 2008…..free cee!
...

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Categories: dedication,
Form: Epithalamium
Premium Member YOU HAVE MAIL
On the twelfth day of Christmas my true love sent to me

ONE ode
TWO sonnet
THREE limerick
FOUR fibonacci
FIVE epinikion
SIX diminished hexaverse---

SEVEN epithalamium
EIGHT prothalamium
NINE epulaeryu
TEN crystalline
ELEVEN haiku
TWELVE rhyme

and a ps...

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Categories: epithalamium, on writing and words, parody
Form: List
Roses
Roses grow as GOD has said,
they bloom as He commands.
He lovingly touches each of them
each pedal to unfold;

Never does He break away
a pedal that He does not renew,
but gently takes it to renew it 
when it's time to go.

Roses are GOD'S creation;
   A Witness!...

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Categories: devotion, faith, forgiveness, happiness, inspirational, life, love,
Form: Epithalamium
Eulogy for Wangari Maathai

Wangari Maathai is not dead 
I roll back my tear
Peer from my window
Deep the grooming forest

Switch off my radio
Tear the headline
I refuse the epitaph
I write no word

Her monument must sprout 
Beyond the canopy
She died to defend

Let Wangari not die
Mother of mother nature
Where she lives!
...

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Categories: death, dedication, work,
Form: Epithalamium
My Faith in the City
My Faith in the City


Sometimes, I'm scared to be
because I am what I am looking for

As a life, I'm looking for you
And as light, I find myself

In  your merciful eyes   
I look at myself
and  I've gained courage  to be

I'm  waiting for you with hope
 In  the urban streetscape





Antonio Capalandanda
 Durban 07 Oct 2017...

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Categories: feelings,
Form: Epithalamium
FREE CEE common college
     _____COMMON  COLLEGE……       

THIS FACT HAPPENS TO BE NO PRETENSE
I’VE A QUEERY WHICH URGES ME TO BE    
                   QUITE TENSE
I’D LIKE TO KNOW WHY THEY  CALL  IT
             COMMON  SENSE
  WHEN IN MOST PEOPLE IT’S  SO DAMNED 
                  UN-COMMON ?            
              © 2012….(C)  PHREEPOETREEE ~free cee!~...

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Categories: philosophy,
Form: Epithalamium
I Don't Get It
Why do we in my
culture cut part of our sons'
dicks of within minutes of their
birth...

and then expect them to grow
their dicks back which (as far as I know) is still medically
impossible?

And furthermore, why are STDs
women's fault?

Wish I were as smart as the people who
understand
these
things.

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
I don't have to tell you,
You know....

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Categories: confusion,
Form: Epithalamium
What Love is
Love is a secret . . . Keep it
Love is a rose . . . Grow with it
Love is a mystery . . . Unfold it
Love is an adventure . . . Chance it
Love is beauty . . . Pamper it
Love is a song . . . Sing it
Love is a struggle . . . Deal with it
Love is sorrowful . . . Mourn with it
Love is a book . . . Renew it
Love is a fire inside . . . Never let it die
...

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Categories: happiness, inspirational, life, wedding,
Form: Epithalamium
Premium Member ...we meld as roots twine
we meld as roots twine 
bark nor storm infringe on love 
death, cold, raw, a pauper’s dream...         

braid graceful passion
bend before heart’s storm...           
engulf beginnings

honeyed breath kiss on
life dancing on, babies born 
tagged in blissful wondering...

forever mine dear
a bed to begin and to end...
embrace of me

*A wedding verse in Sedoka Form
...

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Categories: caregiving, devotion, love
Form: Epithalamium
Premium Member The Wedding of Ron and Linda Marie
Away from Rome they drive two-hundred miles
Calabria is their destination.
A wedding at the villa; they’re all smiles!
It’s a time for joyous celebration.

On August twenty-second, guests shall see
a lady fair with her own “honey-poo,”
the union of two soul mates meant to be!
My wish is that their love stay strong and true.


For Dr. Ram Metha's Contest on the form Epithalamium






...

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Categories: wedding
Form: Epithalamium
Happily-Ever-After
Happily-Ever-After

Joys by the ocean share nature’s array.
Hopes joined forever on their wedding day.
Love, anticipation, together reached
Everlastingly seen like sands and beach.

The beautiful bride and her loving groom
Walk hand in hand; embrace their new life’s bloom.
Families assembled beneath God’s sun.
Happily-Ever-After has begun.

© Dane Ann Smith-Johnsen
January 28, 2010

Poetic form:  Epithalamium...

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Categories: love
Form: Epithalamium
A Bride's Heartfelt Declaration
I have waited for you forever, it seems
But I always knew you would come.
I have seen your face in a million sweet dreams
My husband, my Lover, my Chum.

I have chosen to walk your path with you;
To always stay right by your side.
I promised God that, when I said, "I do"
As your loving and loyal Bride.

I am not afraid to tackle this life
As long as we walk here, as one.
I am so very proud to be your Wife
My husband, my Lover, my Chum.

...

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Categories: husband, wedding, wife,
Form: Epithalamium
Forever Until
The day has finally come
that was long awaited 
Time for Linda-Marie and Ron
to join their lives as one
A beautiful day of celebration
ushering in the union of 
two people with so much love 
transcending all the ages
A special time to give thanks
for what will be given
As you share your life together
united  as a couple
Forever until…….. 















For Dr. Ram Mehta’s Contest , Epithalamium for Sweetheart of Poetry Soup...

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© Jerri Ward  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: weddingday,
Form: Epithalamium
EPITHALAMIUM # 1
Since that summer day
When you first caught my eye
You’ve lit up my life
Like the sun rising in the morning sky

We got to no each other
On that glorious afternoon
We asked the important questions
And found we were in tune

At the end of that perfect day
That perfect summer day in June
I took you in my arms
And we kissed beneath the moon

Now it is another summer day
Another perfect afternoon
And we are side by side
On our wedding day in June
...

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Categories: epithalamium, love, weddingsummer, day, summer,
Form: I do not know?
Shadow of the Crepuscular
Never alone in the middle of the night
(With me here for you feels like home)
Glare of a shadow in the absence of light
(By your side you’ll never be alone)

A faint distill in the air
(Smiling he falls down to one knee)
A hopeful turn and a distant stare
(Yes she replies with a tear full of glee)

(The miseries of marriage and the joys a new)
A roof over her head and a bed built for two
(Tiss a love story just begun)
And tiss a song and must be sung...

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Categories: wedding
Form: Epithalamium