Treasure Island

Justin Gildow

(3-26-81 / Washington, PA)

Renaissance Wedding


Standing where I am
With the many lords and knights
As well as the many ladies and mages
We all smile, nod, and understand
For we know for this couple
This time's now for them
And something full of blessing is waiting
As they walk, this place is their rightful stage

It's a Renaissance Wedding
And I'm proud to be for this occasion, a knight
My costume stops at my knees
With my boots going from my feet to my knees
The cape I wear sways in the breeze

The bride and the groom say their vows to one another
The service then crowns them
And as such
The bride and the groom are now a king and queen

The king and queen thank us, the audience
For turning out to commemorate
For making everything pleasant
And so we begin to celebrate
With a great feast by the gate
All in all
It was a beautiful Renaissance Wedding

Submitted: Monday, August 13, 2007
Edited: Monday, March 28, 2011
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