Sharron Stephenson


Wedding Day - Poem by Sharron Stephenson

the day may ring out with bells of one
and two
the tender waves of words and pounds
sends the body into a whirlpool of shakes
and happiness
the seed of passion through the mind
of family and friends

the clouds of wind and rain around
the garden of romance and gauidness
the dress and suit side by side
moves the heart and soul into the church
of the lord above

so take a stand and say you are the one who
stole this heart of mine and always will

the one i love

Topic(s) of this poem: love and life

Form: Divino Sonetto


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Poem Submitted: Monday, April 23, 2018



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