Us Becoming One


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    Us Becoming One

    "I can see it now, my love; I can see you walking down that aisle
    Clad in a glowing, radiant dress, wearing that stunning lovely smile
    All amazing and enthralling, you are the best these eyes can see
    And guess what, my love, you're mine; that's how lucky I can be

    "With all the people set to witness our exchange of vows that day
    All of them will hear our very promises to be the same, love, come what may
    With every dream we'll make together, I promise, love, they will come true
    And we'll hold tightly one another as you and I face life anew

    “Oh, I can't see my life without you; my dearest love, you are my life
    And months from now, we'll start forever; months from now you'll be my wife
    Though I won’t promise you the world, it is still better that you know
    You are the world my life revolves at, and this my love, I'll try to show

    “I just cant wait, love, for that day; i just cant to make you mine
    I’ve grown impatient of how long till I can see a new morn shine
    Because I know life will be great, after the setting of that sun
    Because that very night, my love, will witness us becoming one."

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    When power leads man towards arrogance, poetry reminds him of his limitations. When power narrows the area of man's concern, poetry reminds him of the richness and diversity of existence. When power corrupts, poetry cleanses.

    John F. Kennedy (1917-1963) Thirty-fifth President of the USA

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