Ray Hansell

Gold Star - 5,656 Points (New Jersey)

Your Wedding And Your Life - Poem by Ray Hansell

Soon you'll say your vows
With the words I do
Then you'll start your life
With the man who was born for you

Your vows will be sacred
You must follow them forever
Then if you are lucky
Your marriage will get better

They'll be some bumpy roads
That you can count on
But as long as you survive
They'll be no lasting harm

Soon you'll want a child
Life's greatest joy
You will never care
If it's a girl or boy

As long as the baby is healthy
That's the most important thing
Then when you hold your child
It will make your heart sing

So good luck as you travel
Down the road of married life
May all your days be happy
Lived with little strife


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Poem Submitted: Sunday, May 9, 2010

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