MOHAMMAD SKATI


Wedding Celebration - Poem by MOHAMMAD SKATI

BEFORE WEDDING CELEBRATION, MY WHOLE FAMILY INVITED EVERYBODY WHOM THEY KNEW. ALL DRESSES, ALL RINGS, ALL FOOD AND SWEETS GOT READY. WE NEEDED A LOT OF CARS, SO ALL INVITED PEOPLE WOULD SHARE A SWEET RIDE TO THE BRIDE'S HOUSE. A LOT OF FLOWERS AND BOUQUETS OF COLORED ROSES WERE PUT ON THE SIDES OF THE WALLS. MEN AND WOMEN WELL DRESSED, KIDS, AND OF COURSE THE BRIDE WITH THE GROOM. EVERYBODY CAME IN AND MUSIC WAS HEARD EVERYWHERE. A MOMENT OF SILENCE FOLLOWED FOR A LITTLE WHILE. RING BOXES WERE BROUGHT AND WERE EXCHANGED. EVERYBODY CLAPPED THEIR HANDS FOR THE BRIDE AND THE GROOM. KIDS WERE DANCING AND ADULTS ENJOYED THE MOMENT WITH THRILLED VOICES. THEN ALL DELICIOUS FOODS WERE DISTRIBUTED AND EATEN. THE BRIDE AND THE GROOM SHARED EVERYONE THE WEDDING PARTY. EVERYBODY ENJOYED THE WEDDING AND THE BRIDE AND THE GROOM WENT TO THEIR ROOM. HONEY MOON SET TO BE LATER.


Poet's Notes about The Poem

WEDDING PARTY IS A SIGN A MARRIAGE PARTY.

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 31, 2013

Poem Edited: Tuesday, February 5, 2013


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