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Thanksgiving Bride

I got married on Thanksgiving
And what I remember least
Is the food out on the table,
Though it likely was a feast.

We were young and we were foolish – 
Getting hitched on such a day,
But it’s thirty-nine years later
So it all worked out okay.

Still, tonight when I was eating
All that turkey and the sides,
I thought back to being one of those
Unique Thanksgiving brides.

Though in hindsight it was crazy
And we both kind of regret it,
When it comes to anniversaries,
We never can forget it!

Copyright © ilene bauer | Year Posted 2014

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Family Ties

Some wear conservative,
while some wear liberal,
some for Trump,
while some for Clinton,
some are Catholic or Protestant
while some are Jewish,
some are carefree,
while others are prudent,
some just getting hitched,
while some growing leery,
some newly born,
still others are old and weary,
some have good paying jobs,
while others are living paycheck
to paycheck and struggling,
some have excellent health,
while others are dealing with 
different health issues under their
shirts and belts,
some can hold a conversation
with confidence and ease,
while others tend to drink
to feel more of a sweet release,
some meeting for
weddings and funerals
by flying out,
some still go by driving the
long arduous route,
when we have family reunions
we don't always see
eye to eye,
but still and all with love foremost
we'll always have family ties.

Copyright © cheryl hoffman | Year Posted 2016

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I knew a girl named ______
I saw her every day
I told her that I loved her
and now she runs away

I guess I didn’t love her
we won’t be getting hitched
for how could I have been in love 
with such a silly _______?

Copyright © Yort Watson | Year Posted 2014