Wedding Poem

A woman writes a letter to her soon to be son-in-law letting him know of the hopes and dreams she has for his marriage to her daughter.

To My Son-In-Law

© Robin G. Brewer
In one more day
you'll take my oldest to be your wife.
I need you to know I've been praying
for you all of her life.

That God prepare you to be the man
to love and cherish her the best you can

To stand up to her when the time is right
And to love her through when the world is not so bright.

To tell her your desires and needs
so that she can become a Godly wife indeed.

To love the Lord with all your heart
so that together, the two
of you can be a part

Of something much bigger than yourselves '

'A part of a miracle called a marriage.

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Published: Feb 2006

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