Anniversary Poems For Wedding Anniversary to mark the Special Day

Anniversary Poems For Wedding Anniversary to mark the Special Day

Anniversary Poems – Words are one of the most direct and memorable ways to express one’s love and affection, and wedding anniversaries are among the most romantic of occasions.

If you have an upcoming anniversary and are seeking meaningful, rather than material, gift ideas, you might consider a handmade card inscribed with a beautiful poem.

We have picked these love poems that go well with a romantic wedding anniversary celebration.

Anniversary Poems

1. Happy Anniversary

When years are passing by like days,
and in my hand your hand is placed,
a knowing smile crosses your face.
A simple touch can still make my heart race.

When I can see my soul in your eyes,
and you see your soul in mine, we realize
that a love so deep can harbor no lies,
where our only tears shed were happy tears we’ve cried.

I love you as much now as I ever did before.
If possible, I may love you even more,
all starting from a feeling we did not ignore,
a feeling of connection we chose to explore.

I don’t know what it is that you saw in me.
In you I saw the utmost happiness that could ever be,
even more so on the day you and I became “we.”
I can still smile and say with love and truth, “Honey, I love you. Happy Anniversary.”
– Poem by Kirk A. Finney

2. Wedding Anniversary

Do you know how important you are to my life?
How you have brought me great joy as a mother and wife?

Do you know your expressions of kindness and praise
Have encouraged me so and brought warmth to my days?

I am so proud and grateful for all that you have done
As you have helped make our marriage a happy one.

And I want you to know that for all of our life
You’ll be needed and cherished and loved by your wife.
– Poem by Ralph T. Crosley

3. To My Wife

On this day we said our vows.
Now is a time to say just how
Much I appreciate you.

God-crafted for me alone,
You’ve done so well to make our home
A place of nurture and love.

Smoothing out my obtuse corners,
You help to make our family warmer
To the people who surround us.

I love you as much as on day one,
Even though many years have gone
By in the blink of a moment.

I am so happy I have years more
To be with you and to adore…
– Poem by Jerry Boettcher

4. On A Wedding Anniversary

The sky is torn across
This ragged anniversary of two
Who moved for three years in tune
Down the long walks of their vows.

Now their love lies a loss
And Love and his patients roar on a chain;
From every tune or crater
Carrying cloud, Death strikes their house.

Too late in the wrong rain
They come together whom their love parted:
The windows pour into their heart
And the doors burn in their brain.
– Poem by Dylan Thomas

Anniversary Poems

5. Anniversary

So the light falls, and so it fell
on branched leaved with flocking birds.
Loght stole a citys weight to swell
the coloured lofe of stone. Your words
hung weightless in my ear: Remember me.

All words except those words were drowned
in the fresh babbling rush of spring.
In summer’s dream-filled light one sound
echoed through all the whispering
galleries of green: Remember me.

Rods of light point home the flocking
starlings to wintry trees, and turn
stone into golden ochre, locking
the orbit of my pain. I learn
the weight of light and stone. Remember me.
– Poem by Gwen Harwood

6. Happy Wedding Anniversary Meggie

Marriage is a bond of love
sealed under the eyes of God.
An arrangement of love for one another,
and the enrichment of their two lives.
Wedding Anniversaries celebrate
the bond of both man and wife,
of their choice to live together
for the rest of their lives.
So as we say Happy Wedding Anniversary to someone.
We are celebrating two people
whose lives have now become one.
We are wishing them love,
luck for the future
and that more anniversaries
they will share together.
Happy Wedding Anniversary Meggie
with many many more to come.
From a special friend.
– Poem by David Harris

Anniversary Poems

7. Happy Anniversary

Years may come and years may go
But your love still remains so true
And this love has spread and overflows
To all of us who love you too

Happy Anniversary to you Mom & Dad
And may this chain of love always be
What started forty-one years ago today
Will continue for generations to see
– Poem by Kathleen West

Anniversaries are special occasions for reminiscing about the poignant moments you’ve shared with your partner. A homemade note with a few handwritten words of love conveys thoughtfulness and romance unmatched by any material gift.

On your next anniversary, use words to express your heartfelt emotions in a love note your partner will treasure for years to come.

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