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A Wedding Day Rhyme

June through August on any day
I do will be the words that you say
Do you lady take this man?
Do you fellow think you can?

Take this blushing beautiful bride
You say I do so full of pride
Love this woman till the end
And let her on you depend

Yes you can and more as well
You will do things that you cannot tell
Love her now and evermore
With all you’re heart of that you’re sure

Lead on down the life long track
No more will you be on you’re jack
But together all the way
As the love grows day by day

So a lady soon will be your wife
To share with you the rest of you’re life
To love you now of that you’re sure
And your marriage will endure

All the knocks, rows and grief
But in your love must be belief
So do not be late on August through June
Your wedding day can’t come too soon

Copyright © Owen Yeates

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  1. Date: 1/29/2012 8:30:00 AM
    One of the greatest days of my life was the glorious day I married my wife. A good write Owen. You've captured the image of what that union is meant to be. Good job. Rockman :-)