To Have and To Hold

True love gathers us here today,
To see a wife become what was once a fiancé,
For a lifetime of promises,
The congregation choruses,
Which one of us will catch the bouquet?

To have and to hold,
A ring of sparkling gold,
A husband vows to remember,
Their hearts inflate,
And pupils dilate,
As families gain another member.

Katy Lowe

Katy Lowe

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Hello my name is Katy, I am slightly younger than eighty. I am not a great poet, And this page will show it, What else rhymes with eighty?