Inspirational Love & Marriage Poems
Use these inspirational love and marriage poems to help you express all that you feel for the one you love. Pull out a few lines from a poem that especially have meaning to you, and begin or end your love letter with them. A couple lines of inspirational poetry is all it takes to create a unique gift card and quadruple the romantic value of your gift. You can also use a poem in a romantic note that you slip into a drawer, purse or wallet. Or to inspire you during a tough time and help you remember what your marriage can be again. We have two versions of the popular Recipe for a Happy Marriage Poem, also known as Recipe for a Perfect Marriage poem.
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Recipe for a Happy Marriage Poem I
Mix one cup of overflowing love with faith in God and each other.
Never let bitter spirits brew overnight.
Sweeten with laughter and understanding.
Add daily prayer to hold these ingredients together.
Sift with respect and work towards a common dream.
Sprinkle generously with hugs and kisses.
Serve daily with a loving heart.
YIELD: Serves one happy marriage.
Recipe for a Happy Marriage Poem II
1 Cup of Consideration
2 Cups of Praise
1 Small Pinch of In-Laws
1 Tablespoon of Contentment
1 Gallon of Patience
2 Tablespoons of Flattery
1 Cup of Encouragement
A dash of Faith and Trust
Take love and loyalty and mix thoroughly with faith. Blend in kindness and understanding. Add friendship and suprise, stirring well. Fold in passion alternating with an abundance of laughter. Bake with sunshine and rainbows. Garnish with forgiveness and thoughtfullness. Serve daily with generous helpings.
YIELD: Serves 2 for a lifetime.
Recipe for Love
Take a little bit of me
And a little bit of you
Add an entire decade
And all that we've been through
2 cups of loyalty
generously sprinkled with trust
A pinch of forgiveness
And laughter is a must
Blend a smile, a kiss and
Holding each others hands
Add this all together
Between a woman and a man
Stir in two hearts
Sprinkled with adoration
Stir it all together
And you get a good foundation
A Good Wedding Cake Recipe
4 lb. of love
1 lb. butter of youth
1/2 lb. of good looks
l lb. sweet temper
1 lb. of blindness for faults
1 lb. of self forgetfulness
l lb. of pounded wit
l lb. of good humour
2 tablespoons of sweet argument
1 pint of rippling laughter
1 wine glass of common sense
1 oz. modesty
Put the love, good looks and sweet temper into your home. Beat the butter of youth to a cream, and mix well together with the blindness of faults. Stir the pounded wit and good humour into the sweet argument, then add the rippling laughter and common sense. Work the whole together until everything is well mixed, and bake gently for ever.
To Be One With Each Other
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 Is Like Magic
Love is like magic, and it always will be,
For love still remiins life's sweet mystery.
Love works in ways that are marvelous and strange,
There's nothing in life that love cannot change!
Love can transform the most commonplace
Into beauty and grandeur and sweetness and grace.
Love is unselfish, understanding and kind,
For it sees with its heart, and not with its mind.
Love is the answer that everyone seeks;
Love is the language that everyone speaks.
Love can't be bought, it is priceless and free.
Love, like pure magic, is life's sweet mystery.
Give Your Hearts
Give your hearts, but not into each other's keeping.
For only the hand of Life can contain your hearts.
And stand together yet not too near together:
For the pillars of the temple stand apart,
And the oak tree and the cypress grow not in each other's shadow.
I've Married One of Shakespeare's Dreams
Geniuses of countless nations
Have told their love for generations
Till all their memorable phrases
Are common as goldenrod or daisies.
Their girls have glimmered like the moon,
Or shimmered like a summer moon,
Stood like a lily, fled like a fawn,
Now the sunset, now the dawn,
Here the princess in the tower
There the sweet forbidden flower.
Darling, when I look at you
Every aged phrase is new,
And there are moments when it seems
I've married one of Shakespeare's dreams.
La Vita Nuova (excerpt)
In that book which is
On the first page
That is the chapter when
I first met you
Appear the words...
Here begins a new life.