A wedding is the most unique and memorable event in every couple’s life. It is a day of togetherness and love, then why not add a romantic wedding poem which will enhance the amazingly organized wedding with more love and happiness.
Today we are presenting you some of the best wedding poems, which are said to be written by some great writers and will help you on your wedding day. I know your friends are ready for the performance, so is your mother to dance to the mother-son dancing song, then what about you who is about to get married? Make use of this occasion to display your love in front of everyone, and you’re beloved with some famous wedding poems.
These wedding poems are handpicked from different sources, and some are directly from the writers’ books so that the authenticity of love is not hindered. You can match your fantastic wedding dresses and look like a power couple, but when these small gestures are made by any of the one partners, it add to your bond.
Let us dig deep into these poems and try choosing one for the day so that you start preparing to read it without a paper on your special day. This much hard work I believe you are interested in.
10 Amazing Wedding Poems Strengthening the Bond of Love
Following are the famous wedding poems that will spread a bond of love and joy between the wedding couples-
Craig Silvey’s Jasper Jones
A photograph couldn’t ever tell its story. It’s like something you have to live to understand. One of those freak collisions of fizzing meteors and looming celestial bodies and floating debris and one single beautiful red ball that bursts into your life and through your body like an enormous firework. Where things shift into focus for a moment, and everything makes sense. And it becomes one of those things inside you, a pearl among sludge, one of those significant exaggerated memories you can invoke at any moment to peel away a little layer of how you felt, like a lick of ice cream—the flavor of Grace.
Margaret Atwood’s Variation on The Word Love
Louis De Bernieres’s Mandolin’
Love is a temporary madness, it erupts like volcanoes and then subsides. And when it subsides, you have to make a decision. You have to work out whether your roots have so entwined together that it is inconceivable that you should ever part. Because this is what love is. Love is not breathlessness; it is not excitement. It is not the promulgation of promises of eternal passion. It is not the desire to mate every second minute of the day; it is not lying awake at night imagining that he is kissing every cranny of your body.
Wilferd A. Peterson’s The Art of Marriage
Eugenio Montejo’s The Earth Turned to Bring Us Closer
The earth turned to bring us closer,
it spun on itself and within us,
and finally joined us together in this dream
as written in the Symposium.
Nights passed by, snowfalls and solstices;
time passed in minutes and millennia.
An ox cart that was on its way to Nineveh
arrived in Nebraska.
A rooster was singing some distance from the world,
in one of the thousand pre-lives of our fathers.
The earth was spinning with its music carrying us on board;
it didn’t stop turning a single moment
as if so much love, so much that’s miraculous
was only an Adagio written long ago
in the Symposium’s score.
Henry Duma’s Love Song
Louise Cuddon’s I’ll Be There For You
I’ll be there my darling, through thick and through thin
When your mind’s in a mess and your head’s in a spin
When your plane’s been delayed, and you’ve missed the last train.
When life is just threatening to drive you insane
When your thrilling whodunit has lost its last page
When somebody tells you, you’re looking your age
When your coffee’s too cool, and your wine is too warm
When the forecast said “Fine”, but you’re out in a storm
When your quick break hotel, turns into a slum
And your holiday photos show only your thumb
When you park for five minutes in a resident’s bay
And return to discover you’ve been towed away
When the jeans that you bought in hope or in haste
Just stick on your hips and don’t reach around your waist
When the food you most like brings you out in red rashes
When as soon as you boot up the bloody thing crashes
So my darling, my sweetheart, my dear…
When you break a rule, when you act the fool
When you’ve got the flu, when you’re in a stew
When you’re last in the queue, don’t feel blue’cause
I’m telling you, I’ll be there.
Rupi Kaur’s Our Souls Are Mirrors
J.R.R Tolkien‘s Roads Go Ever Ever On
Roads go ever ever on,
Over rock and under trees,
By caves where never sun has shone,
By streams that never find the sea;
Over snow by winter sown,
And through the merry flowers of June,
Over grass and stone,
And under mountains in the moon.
Roads go ever ever on
Under cloud and star,
Yet feet that wandering have gone
Turn at last to home afar.
Eyes that fire and sword have seen
And horror in the halls of stone
Look at last on meadows green
And trees and hills they long have known.
Maya Angelou’s Touched By an Angel
These are some of the famous wedding poems that I feel the groom or bride should choose for their wedding ceremony, as it will tell them a lot about each other’s love and strengthen the bond.