MoonBee Canady


' With This Ring, I Thee Wed... '


With This Ring, I Thee Wed
And Bravely Go Where Love Has Led
A Journey Unto The Unknown
But With Hope Always Coming Home

With This Ring, I Thee Wed
Accepting Joy and Teardrops Shed
Facing Whatever The Future Hides
Walking Side By Side

With This Ring, I Thee Wed:
Especially When Our Hearts Have Bled
Especially If We Are Afraid
Especially When We’re Old and Grayed

Remember We Have Said …

With This Ring, I Thee Wed
Until Either You or I, Are Dead
And Our Legacy Lives On Instead
In The Babies That We Bred

With This Ring, I Thee Wed
Joining Hands and Bowing Heads
Giving GOD, Our Mortal Thread
May GOD Give Daily Bread

With This Ring, I Thee Wed
And Taste The Sweetness, We Have Fed
In Wedded Bliss, Long May We Live …
But If Bitterness, Let’s Forgive

And Give Due Honor and Respect
And Trust and Romance Not Neglect
And Form A Fantastic Reality
Forever, You and Me …

With This Ring, I Thee Wed
And As We Lay Tonight In Bed
And Gaze Out At The Brilliant Stars
Their Symbol Now Is Ours …

A True-Love Sparkling Tradition
Inside Matching Bands’ Inscription
Matching Vows Written and Read …
With This Ring, I Thee Wed


Written & ©: 6/25/10

By: MoonBee

Submitted: Friday, June 25, 2010

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