May you stay as happy as you've always been And may the knot you tied never come undone.May today be a One-derfully happy won Maggie-May 2011© This web page tells you what to write in an anniversary card in different sections depending on whether you want to write an anniversary card to friends or parents fortheir wedding anniversary or to your husband/wife or boyfriend/girlfriend for yourwedding or dating anniversary.Looking for Irish love poems to charm the Celtic heart of your loved one?
Whatever you want to say, composing an original poem will show your boyfriend how much you care.
If you have a new boyfriend, keep your poems brief and not overly passionate.
Also what you write may be influenced by the anniversary being a milestone year eg 25th May today be filled With bright hopes for the future And happy memories of the past Happy Anniversary To a wonderful pair© These could be used in a card but are primarily for a speech or presentation scroll This is an Anniversary tribute To show that we care To our dear friends (parents), (John and Kath) A very special pair On May 7 in '46 John and Kath said "I do" Joined together for all those years That's mighty powerful glue (Oh how the years just flew)Cos Forty six to ninety six That's 50 years all told If marriage was an Olympic sport They'd have got themselves a gold Once wed they soon had troubles Evelyn and Jim to name but two Jack made it triple trouble So they quit...wouldn't you?
Seriously tho, proud parents to three children Grandparents to five more Who visit the "XX Bakery" It's Gran's cooking they all adore Kath likes to shop for England And loves wine, that's true While John slopes off to the Dog and Gun To sup a pint or two (He catches fish she drinks like one) (They both love holidays etc) It's a match that couldn't be better While Kath slogs to keep the place clean John is happy to let 'er (Still very active) (Such a really lovely couple) And rarely seen apart They're teenage geriatrics (Modern and young at heart) (They're still just kids at heart)We can reveal that John's 85 That's a well known fact Telling Kathy's age would be a breach Of the Official Secrets Act For (50) years You've perfected the art Of staying together By....keeping apart This is a very insulting tribute But take it in good heart Congratulations (Mum and Dad) (John and Kath)You've reached Gold together..apart Jon Bratton © 1998© For a Special Couple...
Well I have put together two pages for you to delight in.
This page has many Gaelic love poems translated to English and some more modern love poems.
Though the initial excitement and nervousness may fade, the security and love that replaces it is beautiful too. I was looking through poems on this site to identify with, yet I couldn't find one that fit my current emotions.
Naturally, I wrote one and am going to immediately post it.
Declare your affection by using poetry you pen yourself because putting your feelings in words may be the best way to express your emotions.
For example, saying, "I love you," for the first time can be scary, but writing it may be a bit easier.
Glad to be out of her way, Glad to rejoin her in bed, Equally grieved or gay To learn that she’s living or dead.