Kaydian N Kerr
Marriage is a gift
From the Father Above.
Let's enjoy and embrace it in love and harmony!
It joins two flesh together and makes it one in unison and comparison.
Its a true blessing and a wonderful gift from God to us: men and women
To get marry in love and truth together and enjoy the essence and joy of it all.
Marriage can break down barriers between families.
As two families join not jus on paper but in hearts and flesh.
Marriage is nice
Regardless of the ill wills.
Always, expect the sweet, sour, salty and bittery taste of it.
You can't give 75,
It requires 100.
A hundred not jus from you,
But your spouse too.
A hundred shows your dedication, determination, love, trust, honesty and friendship to make it work.
Not jus for a day, but 'til death do you part.
Not when illness strikes and you run away, leaving your spouse stranded and wondering 'where did we go wrong? '
But through thick and thin.
Marriage is a gift from the Father Above.
Embrace and enjoy it,
When you get to that special place with your loved one.
Treat them right; as you would want to be treated.
And, show love and be love to them.
Marriage is so pure and true.
A beautiful gift from God.
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Poet's Notes about The Poem
I am inspired by the fact that the root of marriage has been lost.
Many young persons as myself are getting into marriage without the basis of love.
We need to go back to marrying for love and not financial gains.
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