Marcquiese Burrell

(2/21/1987 / Baltimore, MD)

Wedding Vows (I)


I found a home there in your heart
I found a love there in your eyes
I found a mate there in your soul
I'm no longer half, i'm whole
you placed a smile upon my face
As i'd become teary-eyed
the kiss would only seal our fate
under the latenight summer sky
you are mine as I am yours
this i am certain
you've been granted access to the keys
to unlock the door to my heart
where you'll live forever

you ignite my souls fire with the love you have inspired
you are my sunshine and now I live on cloud nine
you held me in the warmth of your embrace and I feel safe
this feeling nothing can replace
just like a song, you serenade my heart
you are incredibly amazing as each day i discover
I fall in love with you all over again
As if it were the very first time
you are mine as I am yours
this i am certain
You've been granted access to the keys
to unlock the door to my heart
where you'll live forever

Submitted: Wednesday, July 10, 2013
Edited: Thursday, July 11, 2013

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