Edith Oram

Rookie (1944 / England)

Wedding Day Whimsey - Poem by Edith Oram

Roses of yellow, rings of gold,
Beautiful bride in ivory clothed,
Dashing groom and kinsmen tall,
Kilts, sghian dhubs and sporrans all.
Bridesmaids, two, both decked in green,
Bride's best friends, they are the cream.
Friends and families featured too,
Best bibs'n tuckers, a colourful crew.
From red to green and violet to blue
A rainbow of happiness handed to you.

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Comments about Wedding Day Whimsey by Edith Oram

  • Shaun William Hayes (1/4/2009 8:10:00 AM)


    a wonderful painting of the happy moment. one thing though - is 'bothed' the word you intended: o) (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Friday, March 28, 2008

Poem Edited: Sunday, January 4, 2009


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