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Thursday, December 13, 2018

As You Walk Down The Aisle

As you walk down the aisle, tear the garment of pride and put on the apparel of humility.

As you tie the nuptial knot, break every hold of self and embrace togetherness.
As you walk down the aisle, pay deaf ears to gossips from spin doctors.

As you walk down the aisle, turn a blind
eye to his faults.

As you walk down the aisle, tolerate his
flaws and accept his imperfections.

As you walk down the aisle, leave no stone unturned to satisfy his frigid frail body.

As you walk down the aisle, warm your way
to his heart.

As you walk down the aisle, adore him as a King and he will adorn you as a Queen.

As you walk down the aisle, don't wake up the beast in him.

As you walk down the aisle, adorn yourself with the robe of patience.

As you walk down the aisle, have at the back of your mind that they can never be
two captains in a ship.

As you walk down the aisle, don't push him
away to the other woman.

As you walk down the aisle, don't sting
him with your sharp tongue or venom.

As you walk down the aisle, always make
him come home to a safe Haven not a
battlefield.

As you walk down the aisle, give counsel
to his sea of confusion.

As you walk down the aisle, give a listening ear to his worse fears.

As you walk down the aisle, celebrate his success and console him on his failures.

As you walk down the aisle, don't push him down the cliff of frustration.

As you walk down the aisle, soothe him with your succulent breasts and bathe his
lips with kisses.

As you walk down the aisle, cuddle him as
his mother.

As you walk down the aisle, watch over his
kids as his Nanny.

As you walk down the aisle, feed him fat
as his caterer.

As you walk down the aisle, fulfil his deepest fantasy as his whore.

As you walk down the aisle, make his bed as his helper and he will be your
fortress.

As you walk down the aisle, manage his finances as his Accountant.

As you walk down the aisle, do not segregate him from his kith and kin.

As you walk down the aisle, be his friend and tell him the naked truth albeit his
ego is crushed.

As you walk down the aisle, stick with him in the beautiful sunny morning and never
leave his side in the cold fierce stormy
night.

As you walk down the aisle, hold his hands tenderly and cling gently to his
bosom until your dying breath.
Uche Nwanze
Topic(s) of this poem: wedding
POET'S NOTES ABOUT THE POEM
A letter to my daughter as she is about to tie the nuptial knot
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COMMENTS
Edward Kofi Louis 17 October 2019
'Tear the garment of pride and put on the apparel of humility'! Thanks for sharing this poem with us.
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