Poems about Marriage poems

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The Marriage Of Sir Gawaine by Anonymous Olde English

Part the FirstKing Arthur lives in merry Carleile,And seemely is to see;And there with him Queene Guenever,That bride soe bright of blee.And there with him Queene Guenever, That bride soe brigh

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Stanzas - To The Memory Of An Agreeable .. by William Shenstone

'Twas always held, and ever will,By sage mankind, discreeterTo anticipate a lesser illThan undergo a greater.When mortals dread disease, pain,And languishing conditions,Who don't the lesser ill

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Janet Jackson’s View Of Marriage, Its Ju.. by Joe Rosochacki

Janet Jackson is allergic to marriage, Imagine that? Her brother is Michael, he hangs around and lets little boys sleep in his bed, Is there a kind of perverse genetic disorder that is involved th

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The Marriage Of Tirzah And Ahirad by Thomas Babbington Macaulay

IT is the dead of night: Yet more than noonday light Beams far and wide from many a gorgeous hall. Unnumbered harps are tinkling, Unnumbered lamps are twinkling, In the great city of the fourfold

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Marriage And After Marriage by Rm.Shanmugam Chettiar.

The bride delineates obedience.As a wife, she manifests defiance.The groom demonstrates slavery..As a husband, he employs slavery.16.06.2008Author: Rm.Shanmugam Chettiar.

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. Marriage Mission by Cephas Rotimi Oluwaseyitan

Countless couple cut communicationCommunication cut, cripples courtship Continuous communication creates; Captivating colourful courtship Most married men make many mistakesMates misunderst

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For Anniversary Marriage-Days by George Wither

Lord, living, here are weAs fast united, yetAs when our hands and hearts by TheeTogether first were knit,And, in a thankful song,Now sing we will Thy praise,For, that Thou dost as well prolongO

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On The Marriage Of His Royal Highness Fr.. by Richard Owen Cambridge

Nor did there on the other side, I ween,Forms though more soft, less heav'nly appear;Conjugal Love and Concord still were seen,Becoming Meekness and Submission near;Next Truth, a window in her nak

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A Marriage by Robert Creeley

The first retainerhe gave to herwas a goldenwedding ring.The second--late at nightwe woke up,leaned over on an elbow,and kissed her.The third and the last--he died withand gave up lovinga

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Portrait Of A Marriage by gershon hepner

Before the marriage can been framedthe canvas has to be unrolled, and even if the artist is unnamedmake sure the story that he’s toldhas not by framing been distorted, for it was painted withou

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La Dispenza Der Madrimonio (The Marriage.. by Giuseppe Gioacchino Belli

Quella stradaccia me la sò lograta: Ma quanti passi me ce fussi fatto Nun c'era da ottené pe gnisun patto De potemme sposà co mi' cuggnata. Io c'ero diventato mezzo matto, Perché, dico, ch'e

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Rules For A Marriage by Max Reif

Look, I'm quite happyAs an introverted, sloppy, Creative, easygoing, poor, Overweight, insecure misfit! I don't need your anal, Obsessive, ultra-organized, Critical nitpicking! I like it in m

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