Charlotte J. Taylor
The Wedding Poem - Poem by Charlotte J. Taylor
Its the most important day for a couple forever
They forget their vows "No Not Never"
The bride in her dress and veil on her face
Down the long isle her footsteps will she trace
To be my the side of the one she holds dear
She looks at him with a heart full of cheer.
He looks at her with lots of delight
The stars nor moon could not be so bright
After to each the vows have been said
Not a moment of this life will they ever dread
As they placed the rings together
They know their love if forever
The crowd now meets them as husband and wife
And they'll go from the church to start a new life.
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