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Audrey Heller

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The Bride


There's nothing as beautiful as a
bride, on her wedding day! She's
absolutely radiant, everyone will
say. What makes the difference
is apparent to see. She's extremely
happy, as anyone can be. Waiting
so long for this occasion, finally it's
here. As you look around, your family
and friends, are standing very near.
Everyone has begun to take their
place. The wedding, is about to start.
All you can hear, is the pounding of
your heart. What seemed like hours,
the cermony is over. This is a day,
to be remembered, the rest of your
life! As you revel in the thought....
you're now, officially, Husband and
Wife!

Submitted: Sunday, September 14, 2008

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