Treasure Island

Marilyn Lott

(5-28-42 / Washington state USA)

Mindy and Casey’s Wedding


t was such a wonderful wedding
Two people so crazy in love
It was Mindy and Casey’s wedding
It was everything they ever dreamed of

Mindy was beautiful in her long white gown
Waiting to catch Casey’s eye
Casey so handsome and happy
Dressed in his black tux and bow tie

Casey slipped the garter off after the vows
And though it was a traditional part
There was something magical in the air
So much love they had in their hearts

They stood in the receiving line
For friends and loved ones to file past
For everyone knew this loving couple
Had something special that would last

They cut the cake soon after
Three tiers with sweet red roses
Their lives were officially beginning
Moving forward since Casey proposed

The little flower girls so precious
Stood for pictures with the bride
Donning white dresses too
So pretty they didn’t want to hide

Flashing that marriage certificate
With a happy smile on each face
Yes, life for them was just starting
Starting at this warm special place!

Submitted: Wednesday, November 14, 2007
Edited: Monday, April 25, 2011

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