Twas the night before the Wedding… Bespoke Poetry by I want a Poem

Twas the night before the Wedding is a wonderful piece  of  Bespoke Poetry by I want a Poem that I am priviliged to share.

As the days near Christmas, and there is a palpable anticipation for the Big Day itself, we think about the excitement we all feel on Christmas Eve.

To give this a little bit of Wedding focus, I wanted to share a lovely poem I recently read that conveys that same anticipation on the Eve of our Weddings.

This has been beautifully written by I want a Poem, and I think it is really wonderful.

 

Twas the night before the Wedding…

 

Twas the night before the Wedding, and in a young Brides dreams;

Ran thoughts of blissful longlife love, and everything that means.

 

Thoughts of morning wakening, beside the man she loved;

Fitting together perfectly, like a hand fits to a glove.

 

Twas the night before the Wedding, and a young Grooms sleepy smile;

Relived the story of a girl who captured his heart with style.

 

The moment that he saw her, he knew that it was for life;

And he knew he’d found the lady that was destined to be his wife.

 

Twas the night before the Wedding, and the guests from far and wide;

Looked forward to the occasion, of witnessing this Marriage, with pride.

 

Their best clothes pressed and ready, the gifts prepared to give;

Ready to create memories, to be cherished as long as we live.

 

On the morning of the Wedding, all parties gathered together;

To celebrate this union, that is bound in love, forever.

 

And everyone there present, was overjoyed to see;

The Bride and Groom united…..

And as happy as happy can be.

 

Audio Link: I Want a Poem  (Read by Jozefa Fawcett)

 

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UK Wedding Blogger with an eclectic style based in Glasgow

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