Marry Me Again
by Joanna Jones
Sunday, July 23, 2006
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Romantic poem dreamt up whilst I was going to sleep, so I got up and took notes!
Marry Me Again, because the first wedding was so great, and you're still the only one I want to date.
Marry Me Again because I'm still in love with you and I never wanted to divorce you.
Marry Me Again so I can sleep with you every night until the end.
Marry Me Again because I've loved you since I was 10.
Marry Me Again because you've always been there, even when I wasn't supposed to care.
Marry Me Again, but I don't care how. I don't need the pretty dresses, or the flowers or the cake, I don't want any posh cars or grand party by a lake.
Marry Me Again because all I want is you. I'd marry you in a cardboard box or out on the street, I'd marry you in a thunderstorm with lightning clapping round my feet.
I don't care if you've got no money or a steady job, too. I want to marry you for you.
Lets run away to Gretna Green and do it on the sly, or up in a helicopter, soaring the skyes.
Steal the flowers from someone's garden, I'll get hitched in my underwear, grab 2 strangers off the street to witness the love we share.
Forget about the Honeymoon, every night is one for me.
Marry Me Again because I don't want to be free.
COPYRIGHT JOANNA JONES 2006.
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|Reviewed by Z McClure
|You have managed to breathe into this poem, something of the essence of true love...something I fear most humans never grasp! And you've done it in such a vivid, personal and tangible way here, that for a moment, I felt I knew you. Hope to read more of your work as time goes by Joanna ...
|Reviewed by Paul Shakespeare
|As you stated in your little intro, " Romantic poem DREAMT UP!"(ha!ha!) ...Only in "dreams"; not in REAL LIFE.
Very few find "UNCONDITIONAL LOVE" from a human being. It can ONLY come from above.
All the best;
|Reviewed by Autumn Past
My husband will never hear those words, so I shall have to marry again.
You give a heart longing Joanna
|Reviewed by M'Lyssa Fairchild
|This is a beautiful expression of love!|
|Reviewed by Paul Berube
You've captured your feelings quite well in this poem.
|Reviewed by Felix Perry
|AGain this one speaks volumes about what love and marraige should be like.
|Reviewed by Peter Paton
Now this is what I call romantic and sentimental..
And very spontaneous..:)