The Bride

 

White laced fairytale
A floral paradise, red tulips effloresced
Love unveiled at the altar
Two souls, in a solemn promise

I saw him took her hand
His eyes sparkled like a million stars
He whispered a silent prayer
Admiring her beauty, he cried

She wiped his tears, hands shaking
Her lips flaming in a red desire
She uttered “yes” beaming with pride
As he slipped the ring, she cried

A painful sight, I mourned
A love story in front of my eyes
I walked away with a tattered heart
For that kind of love will never never be mine.

 

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95 Comments

  1. Hey triste πŸ™‚
    It’s nice to know that you wrote again,I’ve been waiting for so long..
    This is amazing that it shows combination of happiness and sadness.
    Very well written, as always πŸ™‚

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  2. What a post, to watch a dream, a scene that you think can only happen on fairytales. To watch someone else’s happily ever after. It’s like Emeniem said, always the bridesmaid, never the bride. But everyone gets to write their storybook ending, nice piece lovely.
    Welcome back, you were highly missed!! 😘😘

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      1. Missed you so much beautiful, no problem, the comments are deserved by you. We support you❀️. Everything is good, and it’s good to have you back. How are things with you? Good I hope.🌹

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      1. I’ve only really been at it for a few months, but I started writing poetry about five years ago and I’ve written a lot as I’ve been going to school. I started my blog a year ago, but I didn’t really post anything cause I wasn’t ready – but now I’m motivated, and I’ve challenged my self to post a poem a day over the next year πŸ™‚ How about you?

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      2. I’ve been blogging for almost two years. It has been a very wonderful journey, people in WP are awesome, the support is overwhelming, I am just honored to be a part of this community.

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