Author: Dorothy C. Fox
The bride and groom so beautifully attired
a goal long aspired brought memories of
a bride of a long time ago, when my youth
was all aglow.
The wedding sent me back on this wondrous
day, to a time when romance held sway.
A trist on the beach with my military man
brought a child into my life, and the military man, gone.
This love affair of so long ago. Brought
a tale of woe, but the child so beautious
a one, grew in loveliness and grace and
not in disgrace.
Her lover is true and the ceremony so
beautiful, that I cannot feel sad.
Without that distant space and time,
her life would not be sublime
and my tears that I shed are ones of happiness
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