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With You In My Heart - by Mick Jennings
With you in my heart, my life is complete, You're the air that I breathe and the food that I eat...
Dear Heart - by Hayley Gait-Golding
Dear Heart, I'd like it if you'd tell me, How you measure love.
Proud - by Louise Wilson
As I approach the dark, wooden open doors, As I hear the music start to play...
My Son's Bride - by Vivien Hampshire
I'm losing my boy, And I know that I oughta be jumping with joy, That I’m gaining a daughter ...
Marriage is for life, not just the Wedding Day - by Denise Jones
Girls, you have to work hard at being wed, It's not just about what you do in bed!
My Love - by Jane Graham
You say you love me, I know it's true, Without your love, What would I do?
Be My Homer - by CJ Munn
Be my Homer, I wanna be your Marge. If I'm your Norfolk Broads, Will you be my barge?
Grey - by Mrs Heather Grange
Mid-morning, misty November day, a taxi ride from Leigh-on-Sea to Rochford village...
Roll on the Wedding! - by Catherine Smith
The band has been booked, the cake has been made, the photographer's chosen, all bills have been pai
Wedding Vow Haiku - by Tracy Davidson
I promise to love and will gladly honour you but obey?
The Future - by Emma Salmon
In my future I see you and me, And a house and garden filled with trees.
Four weddings - by Pauline Halliwell
How young we were, what dreams we had On that bright September day...
Taking - by Andrea Porter
Is this the part where I say I do? I lost track somewhere around...
Ever Increasing Circles - by Helen Marsh
Joining hands, we become a circle, Complete, connected and timeless...
Touch My Heart - by James A Coghlan
If you stand beside me Is it a dream, or reality?
A Bride On The Edge - by Martin Richmond
My father's arm is rock steady, my dress is streaked with Mum's tears.
Epithalamium (Nuptial Ode) - by Diana Barsham
She was their only daughter - A bride cake of smiles and rosebud generosity!
Back to you... - by Dr. Rob Burton
It's icy on the outside The fields go flashing by Dark skeletons of tree branch Against the darkenin
A Groom's Thoughts - by Craig Astley
Wakey wakey open your eyes, Today is the best day in both of our lives.
Becalmed Bedazzled Bewitched Besotted... - by Nick Williams
Across the road, I watched as you window shopped, bag in hand...
Marriage - by Mrs Dawn Moore
Weeks and weeks to prepare, running here and there, arranging the church...
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