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Marriage

                      Marriage

When a man and a woman first meet
they go courting together, fall in love
and finally they both decide to get married
they either meet in a church
or in some other special place of their choosing
to have the wedding celebrations.

As is customary, the groom is not supposed to
see the bride until the exchanging of the vows
as the bride walks towards the groom
it is time for the wedding ceremony to begin
they both look at each other in amazement
finding it hard to believe that
it is finally their turn to be married
they now exchange there wedding rings and vows.

The wedding ceremony is now over
as the couple approach the wedding car
which is bound for their wedding reception
there, they give thanks to their families and friends.
It is a now the start of their new life together
as husband and wife they depart on their honeymoon.
It is their decision whether to have children or not
but all of this must be a total commitment
of love and marriage.

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  1. Date: 6/11/2013 9:25:00 AM
    Hey John, thanks for this beautiful and realistic poem on marriage. you are a great writer.

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    Date: 6/11/2013 10:32:00 AM Block poet from commenting on your poetry


    Hi Olivia, Thank you for the compliment, I started writing poetry by chance I was more into novel writing, but got involved in a poetry contest, I have written now over 50 poems, glad you like my poems, please feel free to browse and comment, all the best. John