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Antiquarian classic lovers embrace
 Orangeade silken light, circles around his place
 Romantic satin in black lace, gifts bestowed to thee
 Delicate ruffed red confection eyes, he showed me

 Dignified I was dressed in Velveeta and chrisom shoes
 I held soft black satin purse, white cape, blue trimmed lace
 Shimmery in candy red heels, freshwater pearl adorn my face
 Lacey corset jacket , ruffled Nostalgic demure Raspberry pantaloons

 I wore on my wedding day, Myriad silvery beads 
My Grecian gown scattered about the bodice, angels feathers
 Scalloped hems, Ivory slip, his kiss twinflames
 My face adorn with chiffon pink lace

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