A Wedding Poem

I Thee Wed


God made life of various kinds.
And Adam looked all around.
No one was there
With whom to share;
No suitable helpmate found.

God put Adam into a deep sleep.
A rib He surgically took.
Then God made Eve
For Adam to cleave
His heart filled with love at first look.

And as he gazed upon his Eve,
His eyes full and happy, teared.
“Bone of my bone;
No more alone;
Spectacular,” Adam cheered.

A man leaves his home to start his own,
And that is why it is said:
One flesh of the two,
Forever, “I do,”
Together, the two are wed.

The two, in love, united as one,
As God has said it should be.
This mystery He made,
This sweet serenade,
Of God . . . . and he . . .  and she.

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