Romantic Wedding Poem
This is the perfect romantic wedding poem to give to your fiancé before the wedding ceremony! Imagine his or her face as they open a nice note or card containing this poem.
The first time that I saw you,
I wasn't sure just what to do,
Such looks I'd never seen before,
I picked my jaw up from the floor.
You just make me feel romantic,
And it sometimes leaves me frantic,
And my thoughts get all askew,
I can't wait to marry you.
I still get those butterflies,
When I look into your eyes,
And there's no doubt in my mind,
No greater partner could I find.
by Lucilla Moretti
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One thing most people love is a good surprise! Some of the greatest moments in life are the moments that you weren't expecting. It would be so much fun to hide this poem in your fiancé's shirt or pants pocket a few days before the wedding ceremony. Most of their thoughts will be focused on the upcoming wedding, and a nice little poem like this could really make their day special.
One of my favorite things to do is to create my own cards and then either write a poem inside directly on the paper or print a version of the poem and include it with the card. Either way works just fine, and it is a simple thing to do that always brightens someone's day. Why not give it a try sometime?
If you're feeling really creative, you can also cut out hearts from colored pieces of paper and put those inside the card as well. The sky is the limit for your creativity! If you have a wedding coming up, I really recommend using this romantic wedding poem to create a wonderful surprise your fiancé!
An Ode to the Memories of Marriage
Work you will, your own way through waves - aboard a ship whose sail - slaps are softly sung, bound, but much too as free sulkies swim young. Do so swiftly, do so sweet . . . slide a sea - with a white - wash of pearl bubbles strung. Trails taken together, won't ever so quickly flee minds where such precious imprints of journeys stay hung.
Instants shared sure, even after weathering seas, are memories reflected most favorably. This mariner doth recall, evoke. . . and crave voyage blasts where twice the fun is cast, and through eternity time will toll, but too bind a bundle, I say - for the brave all the fine recollections, awash to aweigh - all watery - to be secured, so gently embraced, lest they flee for another to solidify your certainty of crossing time with the other.
Such fortunes follow the mirth; clan building . . . what fun when soul-matched on earth, and simply misbehaving as one. Bolden thy quest, set support, and go with family and so with friends you are wed - happily. Together we ride, and in this ocean, sprung thirst with the true taste of skin -salt on our tongue.
Live for the love of the journey, as tomorrow’s tide comes free and by your stars, not chance, shape your dreams into your reality.
By Rick Baumann