Wedding Rings - Poem by Richard Merrell
In the giving of these two rings,
Which speak of love that's true;
We understand that marriage is
Unbroken, ever new.
These two rings have been exchanged,
A vow of troth been made,
In circles never-ending
There is no need to be afraid.
For these two rings tell all the world
That a husband and a wife
Must always be as one;
Together all their life.
That they do face in spirit,
The trouble life often brings,
Yes, love that never ends
Is endowed in these two rings.
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