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Marriage Poems

  • Hindu Marriage Poem

    You have become mine forever.
    Yes, we have become partners.
    I have become yours.
    Hereafter, I cannot live without you.
    Do not live without me.
    Let us share the joys.
    We are word and meaning, unite.
    You are thought and I am sound.
    May the nights be honey-sweet for us.
    May the mornings be honey-sweet for us.
    May the plants be honey-sweet for us.
    May the earth be honey-sweet for us.
  • Blessing for a Marriage

    by James Dillet Freeman
    May your marriage bring you all the exquisite
    excitement marriage should bring,
    and may life grant you also patience,
    tolerance, and understanding.
    May you always need one another -
    not so much to fill your emptiness
    as to help you to know your fullness.
    A mountain needs a valley to be complete;
    the valley does not make
    the mountain less, but more;
    and the valley is more a valley because
    it has a mountain towering over it.
    May you need one another, but not out of weakness.
    May you want one another, but not out of lack.
    May you entice one another, but not compel one another.
    May you embrace one another, but not out encircle one another.
    May you succeed in all important ways with one another,
    and not fail in the little graces.
    May you look for things to praise, often say, "I love you!"
    and take no notice of small faults.
    If you have quarrels that push you apart,
    may both of you hope to have
    good sense enough to take the first step back.
    May you enter into the mystery which is
    the awareness of one another's
    presence - no more physical than spiritual,
    warm and near when you are
    side by side, and warm and near when
    you are in separate rooms
    or even distant cities.
    May you have happiness,
    and may you find it making one another happy.
    May you have love, and may you find it loving one another.
  • Marriage Blessing 01

    by Mary Weston Fordham
    The die is cast, come weal, come woe
    Two lives are joined together,
    For better or for worse, the link
    Which naught but death can sever.
    The die is cast, come grief, come joy.
    Come richer, or come poorer,
    If love but binds the mystic tie,
    Blest is the bridal hour.
  • From This Day Forward

    by Marianne Williamson
    From this day forward,
    You shall not walk alone.
    My heart will be your shelter,
    And my arms will be your home.
  • These I Can Promise

    I cannot promise you a life of sunshine;
    I cannot promise riches, wealth, or gold;
    I cannot promise you an easy pathway
    That leads away from change or growing old.
    But I can promise all my heart's devotion;
    A smile to chase away your tears of sorrow;
    A love that's ever true and ever growing;
    A hand to hold in yours through each tomorrow.
    Yes, I'll Marry You.
  • This Day I Married My Best Friend

    This day I married my best friend
    ...the one I laugh with as we share life's wondrous zest,
    as we find new enjoyments and experience all that's best.
    ...the one I live for because the world seems brighter
    as our happy times are better and our burdens feel much lighter.
    ...the one I love with every fiber of my soul.
    We used to feel vaguely incomplete, now together we are whole.
  • Today I Married My Best Friend

    by Rachel Elizabeth Cooper
    Today I married my best friend,
    Our bond complete, it hath no end,
    We share one soul, we share one heart,
    A perfect time - a perfect start.
    With these rings we share together,
    Love so close to last forever,
    This special day - two special hearts,
    Let nothing keep this love apart.
  • I Promise

    by Dorothy R. Colgan
    I promise to give you the best of myself
    and to ask of you no more than you can give.
    I promise to respect you as your own person
    and to realize that your interests, desires and needs
    are no less important than my own.
    I promise to share with you my time and my attention
    and to bring joy, strength and imagination to our relationship.
    I promise to keep myself open to you,
    to let you see through the window of my world
    into my innermost fears and feelings, secrets and dreams.
    I promise to grow along with you,
    to be willing to face changes in order to keep
    our relationship alive and exciting.
    I promise to love you in good times and bad,
    with all I have to give and all I feel inside
    in the only way I know how,
    completely and forever.
  • Marriage Advice

    by Jane Wells
    Let your love be stronger than your hate and anger.
    Learn the wisdom of compromise,
    for it is better to bend a little than to break.
    Believe the best rather than the worst.
    People have a way of living up or down
    to your opinion of them.
    Remember that true friendship
    is the basis for any lasting relationship.
    The person you choose to marry
    is deserving of the courtesies
    and kindnesses you bestow on your friends.
    Please hand this down to your children and
    your children's children.
  • Never Marry But For Love

    by William Penn
    Never marry but for love;
    but see that thou lovest what is lovely.
    He that minds a body and not a soul
    has not the better part of that relationship,
    and will consequently lack
    the noblest comfort of a married life.
    Between a man and his wife nothing ought rule but love.
    As love ought to bring them together, so it is the best way
    to keep them well together.
    A husband and wife that love one another
    show their children that they should do so too.
    Others visibly lose their authority in their families by
    their contempt of one another, and teach their children to be
    unnatural by their own examples.
    Let not enjoyment lessen, but augment, affection;
    it being the basest of passions to like
    when we have not, what we slight when we possess.
    Here it is we ought to search out our pleasure,
    where the field is large and full of variety,
    and of an enduring nature; sickness,
    poverty or disgrace being not able to
    shake it because it is not under
    the moving influences of worldly contingencies.
    Nothing can be more entire and without reserve;
    nothing more zealous, affectionate and sincere;
    nothing more contented than such a couple,
    nor greater temporal felicity
    than to be one of them.
  • The Art of a Good Marriage

    by Wilferd Arlan Peterson
    Happiness in marriage is not something that just happens.
    A good marriage must be created.
    In marriage the little things are the big things.
    It is never being too old to hold hands.
    It is remembering to say "I love you" at least once a day.
    It is never going to sleep angry.
    It is at no time taking the other for granted;
    the courtship should not end
    with the honeymoon, it should continue through the years.
    It is having a mutual sense of values and common objectives.
    It is standing together facing the world.
    It is forming a circle of love that gathers the whole family.
    It is doing things for each other, not in the attitude of duty or sacrifice,
    but in the spirit of joy. It is speaking words of appreciation
    and demonstrating gratitude in thoughtful ways.
    It is not looking for perfection in each other.
    It is cultivating flexibility, patience,
    understanding and a sense of humour.
    It is having the capacity to forgive and forget.
    It is giving each other an atmosphere in which each can grow old.
    It is a common search for the good and the beautiful.
    It is establishing a relationship in which the independence is equal,
    dependence is mutual and the obligation is reciprocal.
    It is not only marrying the right partner, it is being the right partner.
  • Marriage Joins Two People in the Circle of its Love

    by Edmund O'Neill
    Marriage is a commitment to life,
    the best that two people can find and bring out in each other.
    It offers opportunities for sharing and growth
    that no other relationship can equal.
    It is a physical and an emotional joining that is promised for a lifetime.Within the circle of its love,
    marriage encompasses all of life's most important relationships.
    A wife and a husband are each other's best friend,
    confidant, lover, teacher, listener, and critic.
    And there may come times when one partner is heartbroken or ailing,
    and the love of the other may resemble
    the tender caring of a parent or child.Marriage deepens and enriches every facet of life.
    Happiness is fuller, memories are fresher,
    commitment is stronger, even anger is felt more strongly,
    and passes away more quickly.Marriage understands and forgives the mistakes life
    is unable to avoid. It encourages and nurtures new life,
    new experiences, new ways of expressing
    a love that is deeper than life.

    When two people pledge their love and care for each other in marriage,
    they create a spirit unique unto themselves which binds them closer
    than any spoken or written words.
    Marriage is a promise, a potential made in the hearts of two people
    who love each other and takes a lifetime to fulfill.
  • Marriage is the Closest Kind of Friendship

    Marriage is the closest kind of friendship.
    Years of traffic wear away the lines
    Between two souls with similar designs,
    Ending more in unity than kinship.
    Separate actors must play separate parts:
    They must alone be riveted by need.
    Far beneath that soil a single seed
    Roots itself, tenacious in their hearts.
    In love there is a trust beyond the word.
    Each finds peace in each, as though the light
    Needed the tranquility of night,
    Deeper than what silence can be heard.
  • To Be One With Each Other

    by George Eliot
    What greater thing is there for two human souls
    than to feel that they are joined together to strengthen
    each other in all labor, to minister to each other in all sorrow,
    to share with each other in all gladness,
    to be one with each other in the
    silent unspoken memories?
  • Love

    Love is a friendship that has caught fire.
    It is quiet understanding, mutual confidence, sharing and forgiving.
    It is loyalty through good and bad.
    It settles for less than perfection,
    and makes allowances for human weakness.
    Love is content with the present.
    It hopes for the future and it doesn't brood over the past.
    It's the day-in and day-out chronicle of irritations, problems,
    compromises, small disappointments, big victories,
    and working toward common goals.
    If you have love in your life,
    it can make up for a great many things you lack.
    If you don't have it, no matter what else there is,
    it is not enough, so search for it, ask God for it, and share it!
  • All My Happiness Goes Out to You

    by Nicholas Gordon
    All my happiness goes out to you:
    Pride and pleasure, joy, sweet tears, and love!
    Reason, hope, and faith together move
    In harmony to bless all that you do.
    Let this beginning be the golden dawn
    At which all dew-drenched nature sings its glory!
    Nor should the darkness shrouding every story
    Dim the blue-eyed beauty of this morn.
    More of life will come than you can hold:
    A flood no mortal witness can withstand.
    Rest, then, within a quiet, gentle hand,
    Knowing where love is as you grow old.
  • Marriage is the Union of...

    by Nicholas Gordon
    Marriage is the union of
    A greater sum than two in love.
    Relatives are made by vows,
    Relating endless fields and plows.
    In bringing families together,
    A million lives are changed forever.
    Go then in joy, yourselves to please:
    Each love shapes many destinies.
  • On Your Wedding Day, as You Trade Vows...

    by Nicholas Gordon
    On your wedding day, as you trade vows,
    No ordinary moment hurries by.
    You partake, as far as time allows,
    Of something more than time and Earth and sky.
    Unknowable, invisible, yet there;
    Resplendent to the heart if not the face;
    More than both of you, yet less than air;
    A transcendental act conferring grace.
    Reason might say, How can this be true?
    Return then to the heart, for this is love.
    In making vows, you make one out of two,
    A mystery beyond what words can prove.
    Go then as one flesh, one home, one heart.
    Each still a whole, yet also now a part.
  • The Vows I Take Will Be Forever...

    by Nicholas Gordon
    The vows I take will be forever.
    I'll love you all my life.
    There's no part way, no holding back
    Once we are man and wife.The choice is made, and now I swim
    In a far different sea,
    The shores of which are bright green hills
    Raised up for you and me.Our love is like a mountainside
    Awash in lovely flowers:
    It is our home, our solid rock,
    Where all bright things are ours.And though of need we often must
    Spend our days apart,
    Our love will always be with us,
    Held within the heart.

    I feel it now, so strong and free,
    So part of every breath
    That it must live - I swear it will!
    Even after death.
  • The Vows You Have Just Taken, Pledging Love...

    by Nicholas Gordon
    The vows you have just taken, pledging love,
    Mean far more than words can ever mean.
    May their gentle spirit in you move.May your years fulfill the beauty of
    The feelings whose expression we've just seen,
    The vows that you have taken, pledging love.And may you always put these vows above
    The things that make life smaller and more mean.
    May their gentle spirit in you move.

    May your children know the power of
    These words to shape a world that's sane and clean,
    These vows that you have taken, pledging love.
  • Thank You For Your Friendship and Love...

    by Nicholas Gordon
    Thank you for your friendship and your love.
    However life may turn, this gift will be
    A mountain that has made my river bend,
    Nor will it flow the same way to the sea.
    Knowing you is something I'm made of.

    Years will not this part of me remove.
    One lives for just a brief eternity,
    Understanding truths that never end.

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