Today is the day, at Westminster Abbey


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A poem dedicated to the Royal Wedding of Prince William of Wales and Catherine Middleton penned on 25-April-2011 by George C Palaganas aka Cool Dela Peña, 4 days before their nuptial.

Today is the day, at Westminster Abbey

Bells on the altar, maidens in a row
lips are entwined, not excessive, not slow
for this day is yours and tomorrow can show
bright and shining with all splendor in tow.

Maze of sirloin in sumptous cacophony
as the dances begin, in glorious symphony
banquet of delight after a solemn ceremony
with perfect cadence and enjoined ignonimy.

Caress in apayance, in jolly parlance
thou has believed in merriment and quaintesence
the moment has arrived, lo in compliance
today is the day, so smile in variance.

Hearts that bestow gifts of kindness
thou has commitment uphold in primness
in glorified sensations, beat all cautiousness
today is the day, confirms your highness.

Light thy path, in life's road ahead
with each other and not instead
for in the eyes of the world and into each other
today is the day, at Westminster Abbey.

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Emily Dickinson (1830-1886) American poet.

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