Marcquiese Burrell

(2/21/1987 / Baltimore, MD)

Wedding Vows (II)


I promise to support your compassion
that's what makes you beautiful
I promise to cherish your heart
it's a sun-filled garden where flowers bloom
I promise to sustain myself with faith
through our challenges
we'll survive if we stand together
I promise to work alongside you, as your partner,
as a team,50/50, as a whole
last and most importantly, I promise to give you
love and all my trust
I am fortunate enough
to have found someone i see as an equal

I Promise to support your individuality
that's why you're beautiful
I promise to sustain myself with faith
through our challenges
to emerge victorious and become stronger
I promise to share the joys of life with you
only with you they will be much sweeter
I promise to work alongside you, as your partner,
as a team,50/50, as a whole
last and most importantly, I promise to give you
love and all my trust
I am fortunate enough
to have found someone i see as an equal

Submitted: Wednesday, July 10, 2013
Edited: Thursday, July 11, 2013
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