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Nicole GravellPellerino

Rookie - 82 Points (04/09/1986 / Buffalo, Ny)

Wedding Vows


My Beloved Anthony,

I've found it hard to describe my love for you. I now realize, love isn't just a feeling, love is something you do. Love is a welcoming hug after a long day, a tender kiss at night, a slow

walk in the park, or even snuggling up on the couch together. You're the man I want to be with, and the one I can't be without. You're the love of my life, my best friend, and one true love....N...ow that I have been blessed enough to find you, I'll never let you go. I promise to love you with faithfulness, to hold you, to cherish you, to care for and support you. I promise to give you my heart, and

to hold you when you cry, to make you laugh, and comfort you in times of need. It is my solemn vow to give everything I am to you, to honor and respect you. I am humbled, and honored to take you as my husband/wife, and to be your wife/husband for eternity. I Love You.
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Submitted: Wednesday, March 19, 2014
Edited: Thursday, March 20, 2014

Topic of this poem: love


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These are the wedding vow I write to my husband when we got married in July of 2010. I meant every then and still do

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