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Marriage Wedding Poems

These Marriage Wedding poems are examples of Wedding poems about Marriage. These are the best examples of Wedding Marriage 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 A Kinder War
     My parents said their vows
        on Veterans Day


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Categories: parents, soldier, war, wedding,

Premium Member We Want a Big Wedding
How lovey-dovey can they be? We ask each other, concerned.
It is his sixth marriage, her thirteenth. They are totally in love.
We have heard this before...

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Categories: wedding, love,

Premium Member My hot wedding
near ritual fire with holy chants,
dressed I sat in my stylish western suit,
day heat reading celsius forty two!

unbearable were tailored woollen pants,
my pouring sweat looked...

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Categories: wedding, 11th grade, 12th grade,

In their eyes

We plot our love course
plans built of togetherness
are we not perfect


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Categories: wedding, i love you, love,

Premium Member Wedding Vows
May we forever be lovers,
May we forever be friends,
And should we hurt each other,
May we quickly make amends.

May we enjoy our passion,
But never let compassion...

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Categories: wedding, love, marriage, passion, people,

SubSaharan Bride
SubSaharan Bride:

There was a huge everlasting impression
As he unveiled her with great fascination
Firstly, in a fantasy of his vivid emotions
She becomes his past, present and...

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Categories: wedding, bridal shower, i love

Premium Member Longing

Little mermaid on the rock, 
Wishing and wondering, 
What it would be like, 
just to walk?

Little girl in a chair, 
riding around on wheels of...

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© Ann Foster  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: wedding, break up, farewell, flying,

Premium Member Potatoes

At dinner the other night, 
mom fixed our favorite. 
She baked them, 
broiled them, 
cut them up,
 and fried them nice. 

She told us,
this was...

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© Ann Foster  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: wedding, beauty, death, friendship, irony,

Premium Member Dark-thirty
Dark -thirty

I don't know what time it is. 
I know work ended, 
at least the place I get paid, 
to do the things they need...

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© Ann Foster  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: wedding, age, courage, history, meaningful,

Dear John
I opened the mail with trepidation 
Reading the words with great hesitation 
Stunned at the message 
My life a wreckage 
She’d wed another–humiliation. 


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Categories: wedding, break up, goodbye, lost

Premium Member Bizarre
Grandson’s hindu wedding,
English grandma wore an Indian silk saree,
Not kidding!

Jewels in gold,
Grandma looked a rajkumari*,
of old!

Say chaps
“Look savoury“

Grandson’s hindu wedding,
Grandma looked a rajkumari,

*rajkumari - princess

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Categories: england, grandson, marriage, 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 Two States One Union In Southern Hospitality
Somewhere in her white house 
There was a gray future spouse 
Looking for cheese 
Doing as he please 
Enchanting accent came from the mouth 

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Categories: wedding, america, love, marriage, true

Premium Member Reflections On Labor Day
It is always hard to measure 
When people experience romantic pleasure 
Expressing love 
Peaceful as a dove 
For one another 
Warm sentiments resulting in Father...

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Categories: wedding, birth, love, marriage, mum,