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My Mother Warned Me
Would You Do Me The Honor?
A Woman Speaks To Her Friend As They Walk
New Yorker August 21st 2000
Marisa Acocella Marchetto
There She Is
A Woman Comments On Her Decision To Marry
Ask Me To Marry You
Why Did I Marry Such A Jackass?
Anyway, Now We Know He's Not Marrying
They've Been Having A Wonderful Time Marrying Ken
That Last Question
This Rock On My Finger
New Yorker November 4th, 1961
I've Done The Numbers
And Do You Promise To Love
I already have the perfect hashtag
And, What's More, I Never Loved You. My Father
About This Tall
Wilt Thou Really Have This Man To Thy Wedded
I Do - And You?
New Yorker April 12th, 1941
What Did I Ever See In Her?
Come, Come, Smith. That Hope Chest Must Be Opened
And One Last Thing. It Has Come To My Attention
I Wonder If I Could Get Off Next Saturday
You Know, Florence Is Going To Be A 'budget
Helen E. Hokinson
Sure There's Something You Can Do. You Can Lay
New Yorker July 29th, 1944
To The Nearest Barbershop
Personally, I Like To See A Nervous Bride
Lieutenants And Captains Like To Get Married
How Do You Ever Expect To Get Anywhere -
Hello, George. This Is The New Out?t
How Fortunate You Are! I Can't Even Get
And do you both promise to believe you can be better
Do You, Eleanor, Agree To Be Exhausted As One
Bruce Eric Kaplan
How Should I Say It?
New Yorker August 14th, 1995
Where The Devil Did I Put My Glasses?
And May Your Union Last For As Long As It Remains
Then You Think He's Sincere?
That Should Keep Your Mother Quiet
Does That 'forsaking All Others' Include
Would That Be Gross Or Take-home?
I'm So Glad To Be Here And See Mother Married
Why, It's Minnie Manngold! Married 'n' Everything
Let's Wait A Few Minutes. We Don't Want To Appear
Anybody Get Stood Up Today?
Now That's Enough! Run Along!
I Wish He Wouldn't Take The 'breadwinner' Idea
I Said, 'what's To Prevent Us From Being Married
Harvey, Do You Really Like The Dodgers, Or
Well, I See She ?nally Trapped Him
Do You Have The Same Thing In A Cook?
New Yorker October 18th, 1941
It's Been Delightful Having
New Yorker May 13th, 1944
We Couldn't Help Hearing!
New Yorker July 25th, 1942
I'm Writing To Aunt Martha
Yes, The Bridal Shop - And Never Mind Shooting
And What Is The Purpose Of Your Visit?
Now Where Do We Go For The Allotment?
New Yorker May 24th, 1941
Poems With Special Meaning
You Knew I Glowed
Best If Married By
Two Men Are Seen Sitting In A Restaurant
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