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Tossing the Wedding Bouquet

Tossing the Bridal Bouquet By Elton Camp Their wedding vows bride and groom did say One more task before they make their getaway A tradition that started five hundred years ago But one that is still considered to be fun though The single ladies are called and all gather about While the bride throws her bouquet with a shout Because, by tradition, it has jokingly been said She who catches it will be the next to be wed Macey hoped they won’t see her expanding waist And she came rushing over with greatest haste The other single girls she brushed right on past For she had a reason she shouldn’t be wed last

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