Jonathan ROBIN

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Diamond Wedding Muriel Lazarus Archie Froomberg Poem by Jonathan ROBIN

Much joy you'e garnered over sixty years,
United while time passed by both of you.
Resplendent is shared happinesss few knew.
Ihope years wed to come will shed no tears.
Each grandchild starting out on new careers
Lives out your hopes and dreams, reborn anew,
Anne, Jessica and Justin, others too,
Real love returning. All here, volunteers,
Converge, together clap, repeat three cheers,
Hope they in turn may celebrate, pursue
Idyll all will remember. Whose sky blue,
Entirely cloudless is as yours' appears,
Life's love of life confirms, content may be.
First, foremost Happy Anniversary!

Submitted: Saturday, September 28, 2013
Edited: Monday, September 30, 2013

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Archie and Muriel Froomberg 16 July 1929 - 16 July 1989 Hyde Park Hotel, London. Muriel Froomberg celebrated her 104th Birthday on 2 February 2013 and has currently 13 great grandchildren and three great great grandchildren
(16 July 1989)

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