Oldly Newlyweds - Poem by Ima Ryma
A man and woman, very old,
Were in the midst of wedding vows.
After the 'have and to hold, '
The man slipped into a short drowse.
When coming to, he did not know
If she had said 'I do' or not.
It bothered him a bunch, and so,
Interrupting the tie the knot,
He apologized and asked her
If she'd said 'I do' as yet.
Her expression seemed in a blur.
She replied somewhat in a fret.
'I remember saying 'I do, ''
'But can't remember - who are you? '
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