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Alon Calinao Dy

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Truth About Marriage


Marriage is a sacred ceremony,
A blessing from God Almighty
When two hearts become one
And finally,  love will never be gone.

Arranged marriage seems awkward
For those who are getting married.
Sometimes, their own free wills are violated
Before the eyes of the people and God.

I' m not saying it's wrong or bad
But what I'm really trying to say,
You have to think it day by day.
Be wise, patient and kind.

It's not something that you eat
And later you chew it out.
Marriage is for a lifetime
For people who are deeply in love.

Submitted: Friday, April 19, 2013
Edited: Saturday, April 20, 2013

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