Wedding

White petals falling like snow
Breath stopped in my chest
I can’t see anyone but you
Heart in my throat
Dress of lace
So thin, it’s just like skin
I need you to know
I’m not hesitating
This is the culmination of us
One kiss and
We’re taking this risk together
It’s called forever
And I’ll never let you go
Crowd wows,
Rings exchanged
Reading my vows
Hearing your name
I say “I do”
You say it too
And then you’re mine
For all of time
I’m your wife
And nothing else
has ever felt this right.



Categories: Love, Marriage, Mental Health, Poetry, Self Esteem, Writing

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