Twas The Night Before Her Wedding - Poem by Dana oriste
Million dollars ring in her finger,
All her friends are trying to find her.
Brides-mate dresses are hanging,
They are waiting for the bride to come in.
Both cheated in their relationship,
They cheated in the same sheet.
Both are feeling pity for them selves,
Best friend are getting on each other nerves.
She knows she find her soul mate,
Because long time ago they were roommate.
Last time for the bride and groom to be single,
Before the wedding he sends her a bangle.
Both are quetioning their prospect,
Both want ot tell each other the secret.
While everybody else are waiting for the minister,
They say they'll tell each other later.
Knock, knock, in the door is her father,
He wants to say his last word to her daughter.
She tells him dad dont makeme cry,
He tells her you know i'll try.
Her moments have arrive for her to shine,
But she is having thought in her mind.
She thinks that she's wasting time,
As she walks, all she does is smile.
They both love each other a lot,
And both know that they lied.
Both don't want to mess this up,
While the best-man is telling him to man up.
Now they're husband and wife,
Its time to start a new life.
Nothing can come between them,
Except if they teel their secret and.
Everybody is happy for both,
But they are worried the most.
Now they are in their last course,
And some friends are hoping they dont end up in court.
BY: Dana Oriste
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