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229.The Bare Facts.
The bride was totally undressed
The groom too had thought it best
To be nude on his wedding day.
The bride carried a small bouquet,
The best Man wore a beaming smile.
The bridesmaids too were in the nude.
Nude weddings have a certain style.
A very modern attitude.
The vicar too correctly dressed.
He wore a large pectoral cross.
We were all suitably impressed,
he had permission from his boss.
No need to buy a wedding dress
nor yet to hire a morning suit.
So the wedding cost much less.
Their economies had borne fruit.
They could afford a honeymoon
Though where they chose they would not say.
Bar that it cost a small fortune.
The savings they had made would pay.
The first wedding I have been to
Where nobody was overdressed.
and I have been to quite few.
I rate this as one of the best..
To prudes all nudity is rude
and so they chose to stay away.
Perhaps because they understood
their presence there would spoil the day.
Forgive me for this platitude.
They are entitled to their view.
I have a different attitude.
I was content to be bare too.
I wonder what the prudes conceal
Behind their vaunted piety.
What is it that they daren’t reveal.
Some hidden impropriety?
I do not think that being bare.
Is something that one should not do
I did not find it hard to bear
when everyone was naked too.
Each to his own I must suppose.
Whatever makes you comfortable.
Though usually I do wear clothes.
Sometimes nudity’s suitable.
Wednesday,17 March 2010
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230.all minds must moulder
ALL MINDS MUST MOULDER
All minds when they start to age must moulder.
This is the price we pay for growing older, read more »
231.Of Love And Time
My life through the startled air!
Beware of the branches of the palm tree;
And like the feelings of sadness,
Overcoming it with the affluence of love and time. read more »
232.Some things never change.
She said and so did I
We wed, read more »
233.Ideal And Aftermath
I wed him because he looked nice (said she)
And I feared to be left on the shelf.
For I wouldn't take mother's advice (said she),
So I've no one to blame but myself. read more »
234.Long Overdue (Chant Royal)
The Sweet “I-love-yous” do go far
To make precious the weary day.
I know of nothing that can par
With meanings that these words convey. read more »
235.Two weddings and no funeral
The first time I wed
it was in Parrow church
since it was bigger
than the one in Belville. read more »
236.Aubane's Jilted Flower
He left her at Aubane cross on a sunny morn in May
He kissed the tearful maid goodbye and then the motor car sped away
His driver drove towards Shannon for Australia he was bound
He had left Aubane and Millstreet and was leaving Irish ground. read more »
237.A Deaf In A Wedding
There is a pretty wedding In our world and I am like a deaf in that wedding Because I can't understand what's going on around me Like a little baby Smiling and laughing When he sees people Or when he see things, I am, in addition to be read more »
238.Once upon a bridge/Jednom na mostu
Once upon a bridge I used to speak with you
Beyond the river-summoned by hours- with its trace
You shared the secret in which the bird squotted wet through
Me who said the rain colouring drops with no face read more »
239.Sir Real -new-
Brett and Amanda were
in the same wedding party.
He was best man,
bronze and handsome. read more »
240.From The Rose To The Ring
To think that love is everywhere
And that it's Heaven-sent,
A poor man or a billionaire,
Each learns by accident... read more »
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- carpe diem