Sad Wedding Poems

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


Premium MemberRHAPSODY IN BLUE by JAN ALLISON
We’d been engaged for so many years, content in each other’s company.
Never had the urge to get married, just thought we’d be together for eternity

Then...

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Categories: wedding, cancer, heartbreak, sad love,

Premium MemberA Wedding Conversation by Jonathan French
It was a wedding.
You know what weddings are?
Men: strutting then embarrassing.
Women: aloof then giggling.
Children: just being children.

She was sitting alone.
He sat down and she smiled.
Right...

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Categories: wedding, tribute,



THIEF by ADEOLA ADEMOLA
A thief came into my home at night
Right after I barred the doors
And switched off the lights
He was deliberate with each step he stook
He knew...

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Categories: wedding, abuse, love, poetry, sad,

Premium MemberYour Wedding Day by Brenda Chiri
Two people as unique, as precious and few
A man and a woman, both special and true


Sharing one dream, one deep from the heart
Two young adults,...

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Categories: wedding, beautiful, daughter, future, happiness,

Premium MemberTHE BRIDE TO HER FUTURE GROOM by JAN ALLISON
I’ve dreamed of getting married since I was a little girl
Now the day has finally come and my head is in a whirl!

Our friends and...

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Categories: humor, love, wedding,

Let It Go by Aliza Kashmala Kiran
Let it go:
There was once a  noble girl
Who belonged to noble,well qualified and Middle class family.
As though she is none like the rest
Feeling like...

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Categories: cinderella, marriage, soulmate, wedding,

Love story by Aliza Kashmala Kiran
Love Story of two Innocent Hubby & Wife:
Oh beloved with the Beautiful eyes.
Give me your heart or give me a curse.
I am crazy about you.
I...

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Categories: wedding, angel, family, husband, marriage,

Old Wedding Photograph by M.P. Shaudd
My shrink thinks I'm crazy
The only prescription for me is time
Says it's the only heartache treatment
But it never did heal mine

How's a heartache supposed to...

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Categories: wedding, break up, emotions, feelings,

Premium MemberALL HER DREAMS TURNED TO DUST by JAN ALLISON
No one followed her as she ran away
fleeing from the altar on her wedding day

She’d been jilted by Jed her handsome groom
so locked herself away...

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Categories: betrayal, sad love, wedding,

Premium MemberWEDDING CAKE by JEAN MURRAY
I relished my wedding cake.
Something I could never make.
I'm a useless cook but lucky for me
My mother in law is an expert you see.

Another son...

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Categories: wedding, break up, bridal shower,

Premium MemberMAIL ORDER BRIDE PART 2 - FOR ARTHUR VASO - BAWDY LIMERICK by JAN ALLISON
Ted purchased an Internet bride 
She arrived and stood at Ted’s side
But imagine Ted’s shock –
His new ‘bride’ had a cock
Ted’s chagrin cannot be denied

Ted...

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Categories: wedding, betrayal, humorous, sad love,

Human, Nature by L.A Thomson
The paws twinkled like a lively raven.
Tails shook like proud nightingales.
Why does the hoof disappear?
Why does the bill stop?
All cubs accelerate bewildered, hungry.

Plain, glamorous songbird
Comes...

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Categories: wedding, animal, creation, death, earth,

Premium Member REGRETTING CAKE by JEAN MURRAY
The cake I regret is the one I ate on our wedding day....

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Categories: sad love, sorry, wedding,

It's You by Lesa Donaghy
If they ask me who i am
I look at you and say that's who i am
All that i want to be
Is the girl that he...

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Categories: wedding, best friend, first love,

White Pain by Jess Kim
White is not an opaque color
It seemed to shimmer incandescent figures under the eve of light
A foreshadowing

Pain is the white that compliments your wedding dress
Tying...

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Categories: wedding, abuse, angst, color, home,

Premium MemberFAMOUS LAST LINE by JAN ALLISON
STAND BY ME

Oh my darling the news is so bleak
I saw the consultant only last week
Think we better start making plans
See the vicar; hear the...

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Categories: death, sad love, wedding,

Premium MemberWedding Wine by Daniel Turner
Amidst, this verse of love and bliss
It brings to mind a fragile kiss
As emotional eyes, exchanged the words
His whisper of undying love, unheard
Tears flowed like...

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Categories: wedding, death, sad love,

NEW FAMILY by Dan Cwiak
New family is always expected
when there is a marriage.
These days, they are more
than a 'Special' pairage.

Because one mother will not lose a son
but gain a...

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Categories: blessing, family, love, wedding,

Epithalamium by Gideon Foli
My heart is inditing a poetic matter
My tongue is the workmanship of a divine potter
My glossa is the verbal-scripter of a meditative writer
These words are...

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Categories: wedding, appreciation, beautiful, best friend,

A Silent Wedding by Abder Derradji
Marriage is a funeral with music,
And death is a silent wedding,
Divorce is a sad journey,
With a one way ticket and no return,
Beauty ages with time,
And...

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Categories: wedding, analogy, death, funeral, marriage,