"Have a happy Diamond Wedding, a day that's filled with fun, and remember 60 years ago, when two became one" is a good poem for parents celebrating their 60th anniversary as it provides a cheerful and memorable rhyme. "After 60 years, you still say 'I Love You'...May Diamond remind you, you share a special happiness life gives to very few" is another poem idea for celebrating a 60th anniversary as it reminds the couple to appreciate their special bond.
Another 60th anniversary poem example begins "It started with a simple ring, all those years ago, and now you have a ‘jewelry store’ that continues to grow," and finishes "And now you’re at a stage, reached by very few. 60 years brings diamond, congrats to both of you." This poem celebrates the couple's relationship by using jewelry as a metaphor for strong and lasting love.
The 60th wedding anniversary is known as the "diamond" anniversary. Therefore, many 60th anniversary poems contain diamond imagery and metaphors. For example, "60 years you've been together, and you're still the best of friends, you're both a pair of diamonds with a pure love that will never end" compares the husband and wife's never-ending love to the everlasting nature of a diamond.