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Black Widow

She's got a plan
just moved to Florida
one week in the hole
a forced proposal...

"yeah...
uh...
maybe if I get a job with insurance;
we'll get married...
then you'll have insurance too!"

a bribe
the spider web is officially constructed
"Charlotte's web"
no...we'll name it
the Black Widow!

Copyright © JSLambert Mister ROBOTO | Year Posted 2012



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Precious Promise Personified

A promise made, our wedding day
From this day forward and alway
In times of sun, in times of shade
Our wedding day, a promise made.

Of our sacred vow, I’ve no regret
Our love has grown still deeper yet
To the point I do say now
I’ve no regret of our sacred vow.

That beautiful day, our covenant
Sealed with a kiss, we’ll not repent
Commitment from which we will not stray
Our covenant, that beautiful day.

A work of art, our blessed marriage
Enduring affection we will not disparage
The colors do mingle, till death do us part
Our blessed marriage, a work of art.

5/21/17


Written from my heart. Submitted as an entry for Form P contest sponsored by Broken Wing

Copyright © Carol Connell | Year Posted 2017

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Champagne

Bottles 
Regimented in rows
You stand
Shoulder to shoulder
Front to back
Fully loaded
Ready to explode
At a moments notice
A female
In the ranks
With slender neck
Stylish and sophisticated
She stands sparkling
Ample form 
Curvacious
Womanly wide hips
Elegantly upright
Sexily swarve and supreme
Her bubbly presence 
Stands out in a crowd
The perfect partner
Together folk clink
As flutes play tribute
Celebrating special occasion

Copyright © Anna-Marie Docherty | Year Posted 2009



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I Wed Thee

The eyes of God are in these eyes standing here when I look at you. 
My salvation! You’re honest and true crying real teardrops of heartfelt tears.
As the Sun sets by night and rises to the dawning of our blessed brand new day, 
I Wed Thee to the very best of the all there’ll ever be of me.
I promise to cherish the smile upon your face and to conquer your early morning hidden fears
I promise to abide abundantly to a heavenly scent that comes from me through you,
Forever I’m your lock and you my Master Key!
The eyes of God are in the eyes of you!
My breath, my life, and all of my existing meaning, 
I do Wed the “Most Honorable Husband in Thee”!
As the Moon lights the evening skies and fulfills these promising days, 
I Wed Thee to everything God ever meant for you in this world to be.
I promise to adore your brilliance and to magnify your streaks of gold in the Sun’s blinding glare! 
I Wed Thee to a most promising brand New prospering Year!
I promise to Love, Honor, and Respect your wisdom for many lives that shall follow and proceed! 
Following you, I am always so very close when you’re near.
I Wed Thee and by these hands we shall forever be blessed and correctly fed.
I Wed Thee, by my God given name and I now declare our all a final by being done and said!

®Registered: Ann Rich  2002

Copyright © Ann Rich | Year Posted 2010

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that i might

That I might be a drop of the sweetest rain
To fall upon your face
Trace the lines of your lips
And rest inside your mouth

That I might be consumed
And evenly dispersed
Among your being
To enrich 
To give life to
To be united with
You

Copyright © Dianna Coleman | Year Posted 2006

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oy Gevalt - Moi Ongepatchket Married Life - part uno

Once thy future spouse (Abby Zison) found herself in the family way
  (with what would turn out to be the first of our two daughters – i do say
  determined and sealed the decision per our rolling in the figurative hay
  to wed said mother of thine deux female progeny 
  on an agreed (in Linkin Park) upon a green day.
 
Both of us happened to be older grown offspring at ten times thrice
  Or three plus decades to be generally precise 
  our fate sealed sans no hup hauling clay dice.
 
Said age difference approximately a year and a half between us two,
  and miserably living with parents, which o’er the years rancor grew.

I agreed to pledge my troth on the premise this writer
  (christened Matthew Harris) aka king o one scott the lighter
  found himself in the throes of becoming a potential mister mom)
  per one dominant seminal striver a darwinian foo fighter.
 
Since neither of us took any precautions and thru caution to the wind
  the inevitable (i.e. a so called bun in the oven) nonetheless
  tasting supposed verboten fruits branded us as having sinned
  took us by surprise and got us necessarily biologically pinned.

Even though a decision to tie the gordian knot (more like a noose)
  per donning the role of future father tightened and n’er got loose
  an inner conflict jostled thine inner being 
  against forming a legal wedded union – the deuce.
 
Prior to taking that legal vow to be husband and wife
  until death doth us part before the justice of the peace 
  (which building matter of fact, happens to be 
  a hopper, skipper and jumper 
  from where this seat experiences posterior strife 
  because this gluteus maximus constitutes on bony arse 
  as if being cut by a knife 
  matrimonial bliss seemed like a pipe dream 
  in subsequent years only to spiral into a maelstrom of chaotic life.
 
In truth, the prospect to marry 
  in general mills and aforementioned gal in particular 
  hardly filled yours truly with giddy excitement 
  but a decision this troubadour wished to defer and tarry
even as of this writing thoughts meander envisioning 
  the bachelor life - since daughters grown and I feel self confidant
  to manage the unforeseen challenges of life, and hence less wary.
 

Copyright © MATTHEW harris | Year Posted 2017