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Sins of a Wedding

Thin veil, white dress,
She will soon be blessed.
Black shoes, gelled hair,
Worry in the air.

 

Strung up, bright lights,
What a beautiful night.
Cameras snap, smiles flash,
Back and forth like whiplash.

 

Little did they know what raced through each other’s minds,
Misleading to sin.
All this time they’ve been shielded and blind,
To where their lover’s been.

 

Setting sun, golden sky,
Love is now bone dry.
Nervous looks, tension,
Seems to be some miscommunication.

 

Beating hearts, cold noses,
She wears a corsage of roses.
Clammy hands, solid bible,
This counterfeit love is on trial.

Little did they know what raced through each other’s minds,
Misleading to sin.
All this time they’ve been shielded and blind,
To where their lover’s been.

 

Deep breaths, take a bow,
Stare into each other eyes, reciting the vows.
Step forth, sealed with a kiss,
But she desires someone else’s lips.


Holding hands, but,
He yearns for someone else’s touch.
Diamond, on the ring,
The graceful choir begins to sing.

 

Little did they know what raced through each other’s minds,
Misleading to sin
All this time they’ve been shielded and blind,
To where their lover’s been

 

Step forth, sealed with a kiss,
But she desires someone else’s lips.
Holding hands, but,
He yearns for someone else’s touch.






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