I Always Cry At Weddings, Never Funerals Though - Poem by Sam Price
The wedding ring,
Is a remarkable.
Weddings come and divorces go,
But the price of gold never goes low.
The wedding dress,
As an idea produces shame,
That someone else could be wearing the same.
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