Meg Harrison

(3-22-1964 / Westwood)

A May Wedding


A May Wedding
As a bride who has the long veil around her head
The dogwood has white petals and they hide branches on the tree.
When it is time for her to kiss the groom
And the petals fall gently.
They become a white cloth spread neatly.
This looks like a wedding dress with a long train behind her
As she is walking down the aisle in the room
The wedding bells are ringing until she is out of sight
The wind appears and I see white doves in flight.

Submitted: Friday, April 13, 2007
Edited: Monday, February 14, 2011

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