I ask that you indulge me, but my daughter Melissa gets married in two days to her best friend, Ryan and my mind and time have been focused on this happy occasion. I must admit, Dad is getting a bit melancholy and the four of us have been lost in reminiscence. So in keeping with the mood we will delve into trying our hand at an Epithalamium, a poem written in honor of the bride and groom.
Now, I’m not fishing for tributes for the two of them, any young married couple can serve as your inspiration. All I ask is to just give it a try. Walt.
MARIE ELENA’S ATTEMPT:
“A cord of three strands is not easily broken.” ~ Ecclesiastes 4:12
ONE (Choka)A cord of three strands Is not easily broken As two become one In the eyes of God Woven, entwined, interlaced Sustained by His might © Copyright – Marie Elena Good – 2013
ONE STEP AT A TIMEWe walk together, step-by-step, side-by-side,me filled with pride, and you a blushing bride. You cannot hide the love you have for that man who waits nervously to take my place beside you to guide you. Eyes fixed on you as we stroll ever closer to the end of this phase of our lives together. The handsome guys always get the prettiest girl, and all I can do is watch you go. Be happy and grow together. © Copyright – Walter J. Wojtanik – 2013