Wedding

Forbidden words
kiss’ sweet
skin of apples red
blushing brides
pink orchards of ripened pickings
maiden sits in gown of white
groom is waiting in his suit of honor
words are vows spoken strongly
binding two as one
a bride and groom
jumps over the broom
they leave not as two but one

About Amanda Shelton

I write, and I do digital art. My life is never too boring, I think too much for my life to be nothing but interesting. I always put myself into my writing, so if you want to know how I think then just read my poetry, and short stories. Also I am brutally honest, and I love everyone unconditionally. No one is a stranger to me, I will treat you like I treat everyone else, like family.
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