Table of contents for Bartlett's words for the wedding / edited by Brett Fletcher Lauer and Aimee Kelley.

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CONTENTS
Foreword by TK
Introduction
Rafael Alberti
The Coming Back of Love in Bright Landscapes
Yehuda Amichai
To My Love, Combing Her Hair
Carlos Drummond de Andrade 
Ballad of Love Through the Ages
Anonymous 
Apache Prayer
Anonymous 
¿Love of you is mixed deep in my vitals¿
Anonymous 
Love Will Find Out the Way
Matthew Arnold
FM-6
from The Buried Life
John Ashbery
A Blessing in Disguise
W. H. Auden
Lullaby
St. Augustine
¿What does love look like?¿
Charles Best
Of the Moon
Anne Bradstreet
To My Dear and Loving Husband
Emily Brontë
Love and Friendship
Elizabeth Barrett Browning
Love
¿If thou must love me, let it be for nought¿
FM-7
¿Say over again, and yet once over again¿
¿When our two souls stand up erect and strong¿
¿How do I love thee? Let me count the ways¿
Oni Buchanan 
The Sheep Who Fastened the Sky to the Ground
Robert Burns
A Red, Red Rose
George Gordon, Lord Byron
She Walks in Beauty
Andreas Capellanus
from The Art of Courtly Love
John Clare
First Love
Mary Coleridge
A Moment
Samuel Taylor Coleridge
FM-8
Desire 
Its Own Delight
from Passion and Order 
Confucius 
¿Life leads the thoughtful man on a path of many windings¿
1 Corinthians 
13
Hart Crane
Exile
Richard Crashaw
Out of Catullus
Robert Creeley
For Friendship
The Rain
E. E. Cummings
¿i carry your heart with me(i carry it in¿
¿i love you much(most beautiful darling)¿
FM-9
¿somewhere i have never traveled,gladly beyond¿
Bei Dao
A Bouquet
Olena Kalytiak Davis
to love
Robert Desnos
I¿ve Dreamed of You So Much 
Emily Dickinson
¿Wild Nights¿Wild Nights!¿
John Donne
Air and Angels
The Anniversary
The Good Morrow
Lovers¿ Infiniteness
H. D. (Hilda Doolittle)
Fragment 113
White World
FM-10
Michael Drayton
Verses Made the Night before He Died
Paul Laurence Dunbar
Invitation to Love
Ecclesiastes 
4:9-11
George Eliot
from Adam Bede
T. S. Eliot
A Dedication to My Wife
Ralph Waldo Emerson
from Give All To Love 
from Love
Graham Foust
On the Evening of a Wedding
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
FM-11
The Bridegroom 
Thomas Hardy
Between Us Now
William Hazlitt
from Liber Amoris
Ernest Hemingway
from A Farwell to Arms
George Herbert
Love
Robert Herrick
A Ring Presented to Julia
To Anthea, who may command him any thing
Herman Hesse
from The Art of Indolence 
Gerard Manley Hopkins
At the Wedding March
FM-12
Fanny Howe
from Lines out to Silence
Hsiung Hung
Thinking of Someone
Lisa Jarnot
They Loved These Things Too
Ben Jonson
To Celia
James Joyce
Chamber Music XIII
John Keats
¿This living hand, now warm and capable¿
from A Letter to Fanny Brawne
Thomas à Kempis
from The Imitation of Christ
Anne Killigrew
FM-13
Pastoral Dialogue 
Caroline Knox
Prothalamium
Philip Larkin
Wedding-Wind
D. H. Lawrence
from Apropos of ¿Lady Chatterley¿s Lover¿
Edward Lear
The Owl and the Pussy-Cat
Denise Levertov
The Marriage
The Marriage (II)
Katherine Mansfield
from A Letter to John Middleton Murray
Marichiko
from The Love Poems of Marichiko
FM-14
Christopher Marlowe
from Hero and Leander
The Passionate Shepherd to His Love
Andrew Marvell
The Definition of Love
To His Coy Mistress
Phyllis McGinley
The 5:32
Mark McMorris
from The Blaze of the Poui: An Epithalamium 
John Milton
from Paradise Lost
William Morris
from Love Is Enough
Toni Morrison
from Jazz
FM-15
Myongok
A Lover That Shows
Pablo Neruda
Sonnet XVII
Frank O¿Hara
Having a Coke with You
Sharon Olds
Primitive
George Oppen
The Forms of Love
Blaise Pascal
from On the Passion of Love 
Kenneth Patchen
23rd Street Runs into Heaven
G. E. Patterson	
The Saint¿s First Wife Said
FM-16
William Penn
from Some Fruits of Solitude
Plato
from Symposium 
Pam Rehm
Vow I
Vow II
Adrienne Rich
from Twenty-One Love Poems
Rainer Maria Rilke
from Letters to a Young Poet
Love Song
{{from TK}}
Matthew Rohrer
Credo
Christina Rossetti
¿I wish I could remember the first day¿
FM-17
¿My heart is like a singing bird¿
Dante Gabriel Rossetti
Sudden Light
Rumi
Each Note
Bertrand Russell
from Marriage and Morals
Book of Ruth
1:16-17
Sappho
Eros
¿He is more than a hero¿
Sir Walter Scott
from The Lay of the Last Minstrel
Anne Sexton
I Remember
FM-18
William Shakespeare
from Love¿s Labor¿s Lost
from Romeo and Juliet
Sonnet XVIII
Sonnet CXVI
Percy Bysshe Shelley
Love¿s Philosophy
from On Love
Sir Philip Sidney
¿My true love hath my heart, and I have his¿
Song of Solomon
2:10-16
8:6-7
Edmund Spenser
from Amoretti
from Epithalamion
Wallace Stevens
Re-statement of Romance
FM-19
Robert Louis Stevenson
¿I will make you brooches and toys for your delight¿
Algernon Charles Swinburne
A Match
The Oblation
Wislawa Szymborska
Nothing Twice
Kuan Tao-shêng
Married Love
Sara Teasdale
¿I would live in your love¿
Alfred Lord Tennyson
Marriage Morning 
from The Princess 
St. Teresa of Avila
Soul, You Must Seek Yourself in Me
FM-20
Henry David Thoreau 
Friendship
Mark Twain
from The Diary of Adam and Eve
Edith Wharton
from The Mortal Lease
Walt Whitman
We Two, How Long We Were Fool¿d
When I Heard at the Close of the Day
Dara Wier
One Enchanted Evening
Ella Wheeler Wilcox
Love Much
Loves Extravagance 
William Wordsworth
Travelling
FM-21
James Wright
A Blessing
Kevin Young
Epithalamion 
Copyright Acknowledgments

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Love -- Literary collections.
Marriage -- Literary collections.