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This poem was written as an attempt to put into words how I think I will feel on my wedding day. As I do not know who is to be my bride, she is the woman of my dreams.

I Had A Dream

I had a dream I soared the skies
Soared the heavens where the eagle flies
Such freedom gained, happiness, joy
This day I turned to man from boy
This day she veiled, walked down the aisle
This day she made my whole being smile
This day she said she'd always be mine
This day the church bells, for us, chimed
That night I felt the softest kiss
That moment to treasure, those moments of bliss
That time we shared, my sweetest day
That time I knew where my heart could stay

And then I woke, and wished it to be true
I wished the woman of my dreams was you!
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3 Visitor Comments

Duke
Top Poem, Wes.
Maggie
i really like this poem because if i was to give it to this guy i really like that would express the words i'm unable to say. i have a hard time expressing my feelings and if i changed she to he i could give it to him. but wait if only i had the courage to give it to him..thanx
JACKIE
Beutiful poem. It makes one think ahead (or back) to their wedding day and the specilty of that day. I loved the feeling of the peom. It's beutiful

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