Joanne Bailey Baxter


A Dream Come True


Once in a lifetime
A Bride enters a room
As she slowly walks
To the side of her Groom
Vows will be spoken
Witnessed by God
Of their promises
To be faithful to each other
Then joyful celebrations
Will share in the spirit
Of this blessing
Tears will be shed by some
In attendance as memories arise
From the past
Of these two small children
Born long ago as this day is cast
All in attendance
Wish them a wonderful life
As they cheerfully depart
Holding each other
As husband and wife

Submitted: Friday, May 06, 2005
Edited: Thursday, May 06, 2010

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