Wedding Poem - Poem by erica wood
You are the most important thing in my life,
My vow to you is to be a faithful, loyal, and loving wife.
From the moment we started talking I knew I was in love,
I realized you are greater than anything that could be sent from the world above.
I remember the first time I kissed your lips,
My stomach started doing flips.
Every time you smile my heart starts to melt,
You always seem to know how I felt.
I’m happy to spend a sweet eternity in your arms,
You keep me away from any kind of harm.
I know I am confused about a lot of things,
But I know this is true love because it goes deeper than any fling.
I promise I will never leave you,
For I swear with my whole heart and soul my love is true.
You have given me so much, and in return I have no clue what I can give you,
I guess my love will have to do,
Which I hope is enough because there is nothing greater that I can give you.
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