Francie Lynch


Maggie's Getting Married - Poem by Francie Lynch

Maggie's getting married,
All is much too harried;
But the dress is on,
The veil undrawn
Untill all words are spoken:
A vow, a pledge a promise made
To love and cherish all her days,
To love and cherish all his days,
From these chiming bells
To eternity's knells
Before friends and families.
But most importantly,
After the reception's debris,
To one another they will be
Loyal and true in fidelity,
And, by their own decree,
One in matrimony.

Topic(s) of this poem: couple, daughter, loyalty, marriage, wedding


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Poem Submitted: Thursday, June 8, 2017



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