Eli MorenoDrew

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For the Newlyweds


Dearly beloved,
We gather here today to witness
In fact two dearly beloveds.

Witnessed by God,
Symbolized through precious metal and stone,
And held together through love and faith.
Perfection sealed under a roof of God.

Watch, listen, and learn, dearly beloved.
Let love be your eyes, ears, and mind.
And always know this:
“The greatest lesson you’ll ever learn in life,
Is to love and be loved in return.”

Because there is no illness enough love cannot heal,
There is no quarrel enough love cannot solve,
And there is no error enough love cannot fix.

Love, and you will be the happiest person alive.

Submitted: Saturday, March 15, 2008

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Comments about this poem (For the Newlyweds by Eli MorenoDrew )

  • Rookie Aaron Tate (3/16/2008 4:31:00 PM)

    Ah. I will disagree with it being the greatest lesson, the greatest after life, is the meaning of it. The greatest lesson you'll learn is, how they get that tiny little print on toiletpaper rolls. lol. Good write mate. :) keep it up. Love is a maginet and it's a powerful one.. (Report) Reply

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