On love and Marriage

All my life I seemed to be falling towards you,

Helpless, as in a dream I become whole;

I knew we always were destined to be two

Joined, mind and heart, and soul.


When we reached the place we should become entwined,

They took out a manmade contraption

That plugged us in to each other,

Where we became fused.


We became two in one body

Like mythical beasts of yore.

It became impossible to tell where one ended and the other began-

A strange assortment of parts.


And still the congregation smiled from the gallery,

Heartening me with their encouragement, to resolve my jitters.

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