Joseph Anderson (3-12-25)
A Special Day
Oh! Wedding day, that special day
Where hope and love reside;
The groom awaits-awaits his turn,
To claim the radiant bride.
Their time has come, love wins again,
Perhaps the angels sing.
This sacred ritual, when fulfilled,
Becomes a moving thing.
As all await, the time draws near,
Commitment fills the air;
Our hopes and fears, our smiles and tears
Attend this loving pair.
Today, this couple takes the vows,
That unifies their love;
May all the wondrous powers that be,
Send blessings from above.
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