The Wedding Embrace - Poem by Saint Eule
She was just a lass of three,
When daddy passed away.
She had a faint memory,
One that came to her today.
The man she loved soon to wed,
A veil, a gown, a beautiful bride.
She stood at the altar staring ahead,
Her smiling groom at her side.
It was her special day,
She caught a glimpse, a shadow of a man.
An apparition that faded away.
She felt a warm breeze caress her shoulders and face,
Was it a kiss from beyond - a father's embrace.
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