09 of 30: Tale of a Hawaiian Wedding

09 of 30: Tale of a Hawaiian Wedding

Cold November wind
Brushed against my skin
As we all stood behind
While two people’s love
Were being bind

And when they have been declared
As man and wife
My way, I saw you glanced
I looked back and smiled
As we moved on to the rest of the night

The bride threw her bouquet
The groom threw his garter away
I caught what was hers
But you failed to catch
What’s meant to be yours

But though you have failed
Later that night
It was my name you hailed
Several green bottles after
You took my hands
As you asked me to dance
And we opened a brand new chapter

I will never forget
How the first touch felt
Long after you have gone
In my mind and my heart
It will be forever kept

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