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Groom Wedding Poems

These Groom Wedding poems are examples of Wedding poems about Groom. These are the best examples of Wedding Groom poems written by international poets.

winter risks bride groom
after fall winter wedding
kisses cold iced lips

 frozen wedded bliss
embrace me with the fire
 of your soul winter

you’re a girl named
after Autumn,...

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Categories: wedding, analogy, appreciation, celebration, marriage,

Premium Member W S Rendra translations
W. S. Rendra translations

Willibrordus Surendra Broto Rendra (1935-2009), better known as W. S. Rendra or simply Rendra, was an Indonesian dramatist and poet. He said,...

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Categories: wedding, international, relationship, time, travel,

Premium Member Snowflakes
Snowflakes falling gently
Like a brides veil touching her face
A path now covered in snow
Like a trail of white covering the steps
leading up to the Aisle.


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Categories: snow, wedding,

Premium Member Wedding bells

All stand
Eyes on door
Hymn begins 

Groom nervous
With Dad
Glowing bride


For Joseph May's "Paint a picture, 7 lines contest"...

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© Jo Daniel  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: beautiful, girl, wedding,

Premium Member God's Decree

There’s a lot to be said for an arranged marriage, for or against, in some cultures, the groom never even gets to meet his...

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Categories: judgement, wedding, wife, write,

Premium Member Cold Feet
arrested proceedings; timid groom pulls plug on wedding last minute.

When Plans Don't Go To Plan Poetry Contest (Winner: 2nd Place)
Sponsored by Silent One
Date written: 08/25/2020...

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Categories: anxiety, fate, fear, wedding,

Mormon Wedding
The chapel, with wood lined walls, honey coloured
gleams in the light of candles and lanterns.
Ever smiling elders younger than most.
With sharp suits and sharper smiles

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Categories: wedding, beautiful, celebration, places,

Premium Member Renaming The Wedding Band
There was a humming sound 
Hornet Honeys were in town 
Promoted by the media as a new found 
Getting the buzz 
And nectarine the love

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Categories: wedding, bridal shower, england, evil,

Why Men Are Called Groom And Women Bride

Hullabaloo and cacophony etched in your Union,
Soliloquies to break up with your said-protagonist of a spouse,
You forgot your...

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Categories: wedding, 1st grade, for her,

June wedding bells shame

June wedding bells shame
The Bride for all hearts sake sighs
Groom grins a gnome bliss...

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Categories: wedding, engagement, love, psychological, relationship,

Premium Member Grandmothers at a Wedding

The bride was sweet, the groom was an unknown entity.
Not old enough to be married, she was barely twenty.

I protested all the way to the...

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Categories: grandmother, wedding,

Premium Member The Bride and Groom were Giggling
I attended a wedding where the bride and groom were giggling
Everything seemed to be a secret between the two of them.
They looked way too young...

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Categories: wedding,

About feelings
About the bride's feelings 

It won't be the same again. 
Away with all doubts and ailments. 
And what will happen to us next, 
Please, dream...

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Categories: feelings, wedding,

On Ode to a Bride
The groom, resplendent, so proud in his suit
Not normally a man willing to boast
Stands up, breaths deep, with raised champagne flute
A tear in his eye,...

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Categories: wedding, husband, love, true love,

Premium Member Match Made in Heaven
She was lovelier than any bride the church had ever blessed.
A beauty in love with a pure heart. 
Her groom was handsome, standing tall and...

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Categories: wedding,