The Wedded Couple - Poem by victor onyango
It may have began as an ordinary outing
But ended an extra ordinary pilgrimage
When the two hearts drew close to each other
And the two become one-in love
He had the power to confess and profess
That he loves you
I imagine the feeling when you said
You love him more
The two hearts were no longer isles
For love became the bridge.
So real it became and he walked her to the alter
Just to make her his happy ever after.
The outside world
Seems still and distant to the wedded couple
Happiness holds them together
In its tenderness and brace
And finds only sweetness and laughter as companions
As they embark on their new life together
Nothing should come between them.
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