My Glorious Wedding Day

Bride

Oh, what a day!
The vicar – nodding, smiling said,
‘If any person have a reason
why they can’t be wed…’.
From near the back a
woman said,
‘Damn right, he’s wed to me’.
A dreadful lull
consumed the church.
Oh, what glorious a day!

d'verse

dVerse Poets Pub – Challenge from Bjorn – The challenge is to write a poem of exactly 44 words (a Quadrille) using the chosen word: Lull

About ShirleyB

I was born with the muse in me. Sometimes I wish it would go away but it won't, so, good, bad or ugly it will escape intermittently.
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16 Responses to My Glorious Wedding Day

  1. Oh my! That was unexpected.

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  2. ShirleyB says:

    Yikes! That was quick. Thank you 🙂

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  3. Grace says:

    Goodness, a tricky situation 🙂

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  4. Reminds me of Jane Eyre. Great and glorious day, indeed.

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  5. What a rascal… You have to be more careful if you’re up to such play.

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  6. Snakypoet (Rosemary Nissen-Wade) says:

    Oh dear! But a glorious escape, at least.

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  7. Sumana Roy says:

    o my…could feel that lull!

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  8. welshstream says:

    That’s a fun take on the prompt 🙂

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  9. Glenn Buttkus says:

    The woman did all a favor; what a fun way to respond to the Q44.

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  10. whimsygizmo says:

    Ha! Well done! What fun!

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  11. A glorious day for you. Funny

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  12. Bodhirose says:

    Ha, how funny…but I think she dodged a bullet there! Scoundrel!

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  13. Now that would truly be a “lull”. Love your last line…made me grin.

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  14. cOld feet
    marriages
    more than
    two….now..
    swimmingly
    handsome.. too
    many fish in ocean blues..
    frilly
    white
    frowns
    come back..;)

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