Lonnie Hicks

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Rose Bouquets Poem by Lonnie Hicks

I lay down
frilly covered
bouquet still
at my side;

lovely gown

I lay down
rose petals all around
my arms at my side
my groom

I am prepared
for this my surrender
or this my consummation;
this my mistake?

The Unknown?
The Alone?
The Bride.

Where do virginal brides go;
they hide in the rose petals
and wait.

I plucked a rose from
my bouquet-
gathered my

and sat up on the bed
to walk to the door
to greet
my new husband;
face to face.

Bride I thought,
should stand up
because marriage now
more that courting;
marriage here begins
true partnership;
meet him at the door.

Submitted: Friday, December 19, 2008
Edited: Thursday, January 22, 2009

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