Yuvarani Sami

Rookie (16th September 1980 / Taiping)

The Marriage of Dawn


Dawn dressed in darkness
Welcomes the lights of wedding
The day two hearts joining together
Two souls joining together
Bound by love.

A wedding is the entrance to a marriage
Stepping from a fairy tale carriage
Into quite ordinary air.
The realization comes,
Life is a beautiful dance
Requiring intense coordination.

The hearts are beating
Slightly faster than others,
Nervousness seeps through
For both the groom and the bride
Awaiting the great moment
Two selves, one life; two notes, one harmony
Loving not just one, but both of you.

Friends and family
Joined together
In the wedding bliss
To wish them love
To wish them happiness
To wish them great future together.

We wish them to find
Joy is in the simple things
Touching, embracing,
Like coming home knowing,
When your eyes meet and no words need to be said.

They already knew
Long before the sound of wedding bells
Love for each other till the very end
Still, we wish them love for each other till the very end.

So, let us listen to the sound of wedding bells
And join in the rhythm of joy
In the celebration of love.

Submitted: Friday, August 24, 2007
Edited: Thursday, March 31, 2011

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