by Esra Karatash Alpay
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Mere Human Being
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An ornate girl was she,
Like a porcelain doll,
Skin pale and creamy.
Graceful and tall,
She was royalty-to-be,
A naive bride,
We would no more see.
She tried to hide,
But media would bombard.
How personal lives were
Ruined and shattered sour.
The wedding is tomorrow,
Her mother in grief and sorrow.
A child-like precious daughter,
Would never shout out laughter.
Grim responsibilities lay ahead,
No more going out to buy bread.
Has chosen his princess.
Let us hope he shall always caress,
Her youth and needs,
Require answers and feeds.
Our blessings to the couple,
May the young man remain supple.
We all wish a happy ending,
With children and happiness lasting.
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|Reviewed by Elizabeth Taylor (Reader)
|Nicely done...reads very well.|
|Reviewed by Marley Jensen (Reader)
|I find your blessing to be one of great beauty and indulgent of true love. It is marvelously fitting for the occasion.|
|Reviewed by Cheryl Sellers
|"Our blessings to the couple,
May the young man remain supple." now this did give me visions,lol.. love the poem