Wedding Poem

Rhyming Wedding Poem

I am 65 years old and only started writing poems about 4 years ago. I like to write in rhyming verse, and once inspired by something I get a flow of meaningful words. My daughter and her partner have lived together for 8 years and have planned their wedding for the last 3 years. I wanted to write something special for them to keep, and I read this poem out in church after they had taken their vows.

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This is the thirty first year of our marriage. I am sure we will remain together until death parts us. My daughter got married last year. She, too, enjoys a strong bond with her husband,...

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Wedding Verse

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Published: June 2017

The time has come to stand side by side
The Groom in his glory, his beautiful Bride.
They've waited so long for this moment in time
To take their vows and say, "Will you be mine?"

Marriage is precious and to be treasured.
The love that you have can never be measured.
It joins you as one, not just with a ring,
But a future together and what it will bring.

Keep the love alive and make it last.
Remember the good times don't live in the past.
The bond that you have shows the world that you care,
Not just for yourselves, but for the family you share.

Who knows what the future may hold?
Stay strong together until you grow old.
Be there for each other, keep good memories alive.
With love and respect you will always survive.

Today is your day to cherish forever,
Never forget what brought you together.
This special time is just for you,
A time to remember when you've said "I do."

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  • Kumari Weerasooriya by Kumari Weerasooriya
  • 4 months ago

This is the thirty first year of our marriage. I am sure we will remain together until death parts us. My daughter got married last year. She, too, enjoys a strong bond with her husband, which will last forever. The poem speaks of the beauty of such married life.

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