Poems about Marriage poems

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A Marriage Made In Heaven by Tameeka Smith

When God brings together, Two people in a marriage, He encourages, Many things along the way.To never be afraid, Of the steps, That are directed by Him.Fellowship daily, Be in a hurry for noth

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Love And Marriage by David Keig

Love and marriageLove and marriageGo together Like ice cream and cabbageAnd i'll tell you, brotherIf she don't like sexJust blame the mother.Author: David Keig

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Marriage And Love by Dennisa Davidson

Marriage gives life to love and love gives life to marriage.In marriage, love means: To know in your heart you were meant only for each-other.To know that Heaven grew you apart and brought you tog

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Marriage by Mohammad Muzzammil

Before MarriageA free life sportive like a fawn, Or a flying bird in the limitless sky, Time is mine from dusk to dawn, And know not how to be shy.After MarriageA weighty life full of duties

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Sonnet: Marriage Is Forever by Dr. A.Celestine Raj Manohar ..

When once your single state of life is changed By sacred Marriage vows and carnal ties, You never from spouse ever be estranged; The nuptial bond before God never dies. To each other, you owe you

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‘happy Marriage Anniversary! ’ by Dr. A.Celestine Raj Manohar ..

Full seventeen years have rolled off nowSince marriage; only God knows ‘how? ’We may have had our years of strife; But on the whole, ‘twas nice a life! Our children are our wealth; The Scr

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Siddhartha's Marriage by Rajaram Ramachandran

King Suddhodana’s selectionAs wife for Siddhartha, his son, Was Yashodhara, the princess, The most beautiful among ladies.Her father, King Suprabuddha, However doubted Siddhartha, Whether he

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The End Of A Marriage by Harry J. Couchon Jr

Ten years of marriage, gone in a secondShe stopped loving the father of her childrenGiving herself to another in bedHer wedding ring, mere jewelryHeartbroken, betrayed, feeling suicidalMaybe he

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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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