Marriage, A Ceremonious Celebration - Poem by Hebert Logerie
Marriage is the ceremonious celebration
Of two hearts becoming one, in a serious fashion.
Marriage is the ultimate feast of love, where two lover birds
Pledge that they will be together forever, amidst the roaring thunders:
When the sea is calm and inviting, when the sky
Is disturbed by unfriendly clouds, when the air is dry
And suffocating, when the flowers are blooming in springtime,
And when the children are screaming at the darkest hours of time.
Marriage is the final test of love, where two lovers swear that they will never be apart,
Two amorous hearts become one, two unselfish beings turn into one giant part
Of the mystery surrounded by imaginary swans and singing parrots.
Marriage is about sharing, loving, and enjoying life like two twin mascots.
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