And They Are Married Poem by Tosin Adesokan

And They Are Married



Just like a seed, emerging after being buried
Their beauties are glowing now and will be thereafter
Each lass also come with their lads
To celebrate two ready to become one
Before today, I know the man vividly
I need not be told of the woman
As the rite continues
Bride is becoming the groom
Groom is not different from the bride
As I have kept my passion for today
Keeping it away from all oblivious enmity
Promised to tell the bride something about the groom
Towards the end of the rites
In my perception, they have turned to a coin
Tossed up and refused to land with none of its sides
The face of the groom is of thebride whenever I checked
I tried but couldn't find the difference
The two have really become one
That I humbly call couple
If they get down, like dust, they will still togetherrise forever.

Saturday, March 7, 2020
Topic(s) of this poem: marriage
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