Wedding Poems, Poetry
I have something to say that is most certaily true.
You’re still as beautiful as the day when I married you.
Each and every time that I see you, I feel an undying love.
You’re the woman of my dreams and you’re all that I think of.
It’s pure heaven every time we hug or kiss.
We’ve been married for twenty years and it’s still bliss.
I have another thing to say and I hope it’s something you can see.
If we live to be two hundred, you’ll be the only woman for me.
This poem was written/submitted by Randy Johnson.
A dream of the enchanted sort,
Now a repetitive reminiscence.
A princess in her white gown,
Floating, towards perpetual bliss.
An angelic silhouette waiting for her,
Amid a radiant saintly white light.
Her lengthily blonde hair,
Beauty radiating her sophistication.
Not lingering for the gent he is,
But rather the woman he makes her.
The greatest part of their connection,
Is falling in love unswervingly with him.
Every diurnal now an unwritten tale of love,
A benediction conducted from above.
This poem was written/submitted by Victoria Blaker.
I never doubted if you were the right woman for me
but I doubted myself if I can love you,
care for you as we grow together and
I stare into your beautiful brown eyes.
I cherish every moment I spend with you
and I say to myself thank God for sending an angel to me.
Every time I hug you and kiss you,
The angels up in heaven are joyful.
You are my friend, my love and my wife
and I’m proud to be your husband
As we start a new begging,
Me as your husband and you as my wife.
This poem was written/submitted by Francis .
I woke up this morning,
And hopped out of bed
I started to get ready,
Because soon I would be newly wed
I hurried up,
And got to the beach
I began to put my dress on,
As I heard people preach
The music started to play,
I put myself in my place
Started walking down the aisle,
With my eyes glued to your face
I got to where,
We were standing side by side
I began to think,
And started to cry
We said our vows,
Slowly to one another
And got lost in each others eyes,
We didn’t want this moment to be over
The preacher said,
You may kiss the bride
You moved the veil away from my face,
And it was me that you would find
As the moment ended,
You swept me off my feet
It was me that you wanted,
Forever and ever to keep…
This poem was written/submitted by Kodie.
Here in my dress is myself,
Staring in to the mirror.
As i was wishing for the perfect wedding,
My body became stiff,
My heart like a balloon,
Either ready to float away,
Or ready to pop.
I started thinking of what could go wrong,
My mind filled with horrid ideas,
My dress might get torn,
Or my farther might be come ill ,
Who would take me up the aisle?
The day came.
Strangled my heart felt.
My sweet heart lifts my veil.
Our mouths touched, we kissed.
What i had prayed for came true.
This poem was written/submitted by Bethany.T.
White flowing dress
like a moon upon the water
Waves the wind as she floats past her kin.
She is a perfect picture
of innocence and grace.
Light catches her eye as it moves across her face
her eyes are fixed upon a man standing there.
and deep in her heart
She knows that hes the one…
that all her life
She has prayed for..
This poem was written/submitted by ashley:].