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Sample #1

Officiant: Good afternoon (morning, evening) and welcome!

Family and Friends, we have been invited here today to share in this happiest celebration; to witness the ultimate act of commitment that ( Groom ) and ( Bride ) will make to each other. We bring them our heartfelt good wishes for today and every day of their lives together.

In the final accounting, love is what life is all about. Love is many things. Love is patient, love is kind. It does not envy, it does not boast, it is not proud. Love is not rude, nor self-seeking. Love is not easily angered; it keeps no record of wrongs. Love does not delight in evil, but rejoices with the truth. Love always protects, always trusts, always hopes and always perseveres. The fulfillment of love in marriage symbolizes one of life's highest experiences.

( Groom ) and ( Bride ) understand that the sharing of their lives is not at the expense of each person's individuality, but rather that each of these partners is all the stronger for having two people, two wills, and two bodies to rely on.

We give ourselves in love, but we do not give our individuality away. A good and balanced relationship is one in which neither person is overpowered by the other. The strength of the marriage comes not from a melting into one, but rather from a forging of two unique and valuable individuals.

Today we witness the vows that ( Groom ) and ( Bride ) make, but the true union between these two is a private union in their hearts. Into this estate these two people come to give their vows in mutual love, concern, trust and respect. RINGS/VOWS:

Officiant: ( Groom ) , place the ring on ( Bride's ) finger and repeat after me..

I take you ( Bride ) to be my wife, my love and my best friend. I promise to be faithful to you and honest with you. I respect, trust and cherish you. I will share the rest of my life with you. This ring is a sign of my love and commitment to you.

Officiant: ( Bride ), place the ring on ( Groom's ) finger and repeat after me….. I take you ( Groom ) to be my husband, my love and my best friend. I promise to be faithful to you and honest with you. I respect, trust and cherish you. I will share the rest of my life with you. This ring is a sign of my love and commitment to you.

*** Here is a good place to include a unity element ***


PROUNCEMENT:

In as much as ( Groom AND Bride ) have declared their love to each other in the presence of family and friends, by virtue of the authority vested in me under the laws of the State of Florida, I now pronounce you husband and wife. Go ahead and kiss your Bride.

INTRODUCTION: Mr. and Mrs. ____________ or (Both first names as Husband and Wife).



Sample #2

Officiant: Good morning , (afternoon, evening!)

We have gathered here today to witness the marriage of Groom and Bride. To give our heartfelt good wishes for today and for all of their life together.

( Groom ) and ( Bride ) want to thank all of you for sharing in this joyous celebration of their commitment to each other.

As the tides ebb and flow so to, do the fortunes of life. Footprints in the sand are washed away, driftwood moves on its endless quest for a peaceful harbor. Only a deep and abiding love can withstand the tides of change in two lives.

The love of this couple, ( Groom ) and ( Bride ) is enduring and profound. We gather here to witness this love and the vows they make to each other."

Today you join yourselves together for life, as friends and lovers, Husband and Wife. As the surface of the sea is sometimes calm and often storm tossed, so also, is a marriage?

Vows:

Officiant: Groom, Repeat after me.

I ( Groom ) pledge too you, ( Bride ) , that my love and my loyalty, will weather the storms of life. I will always seek counsel when I make like decisions, and will respect your needs and concerns. No matter what course we set, we will do it together."

Officiant: Bride, Repeat after me.

I pledge too you ( Groom ), that my love and my loyalty, will weather the storms of life. I will always seek counsel when I make like decisions, and will respect your needs and concerns. No matter what course we set, we will do it together."

Rings:

Officiant: Groom__Repeat after me...

I , Groom__ give you Bride__, this ring as a symbol of my commitment to you, as powerful and endless as the sea.

Officiant: Bride Repeat after me...

I, Bride_ give you Groom__, this ring as a symbol of my commitment to you, as powerful and endless as the sea.

Pronouncement:

Because you, ( Groom ) and ( Bride ), have showered our hearts with expressions of your love, and promised each other the joy of all your days, by virtue of the authority vested in me under the laws of the state of Florida, it gives me great honor and pleasure to now pronounce you husband and wife. Go ahead and kiss your Bride.

Introduction: It is my pleasure to introduce to everyone, Mr. and Mrs. ______________ or Groom Name and Bride Name, husband and wife.



Sample #3

Officiant: Welcome and Good afternoon (morning/evening)!

Family and Friends - We are gathered here today to join ( Groom ) and ( Bride ) in marriage and to share in this joyous occasion. We come here to celebrate this ultimate act of commitment and love, and to give ( Groom and Bride ) our good wishes today and for the rest of their lives together.

(Here you can insert a poem – example follows, a brief reading or proceed directly to Vows)

DOVE POEM
~ Author Unknown ~

Two doves meeting in the sky
Two loves hand in hand eye to eye
Two parts of a loving whole
Two hearts and a single soul

Two stars shining big and bright
Two fires bringing warmth and light
Two songs played in perfect tune
Two flowers growing into bloom

Two Doves gliding in the air
Two loves free without a care
Two parts of a loving whole
Two hearts and a single soul

VOWS:


Officiant: ( Groom ) , do you take this woman to be your lawful wedded wife, to live together in (holy) matrimony, to love, honor, comfort her and keep her in sickness and in health, and forsaking all others, for as long as you both shall live?

Groom answers, “I do.”

Officiant: ( Bride ), do you take this man to be your lawful wedded husband, to live together in (holy) matrimony, to love, honor, comfort him and keep him in sickness and in health, and forsaking all others, for as long as you both shall live?

Bride answers, “I do.”

RINGS:

Wedding rings are an outward and visible sign of an inward spiritual grace and the unbroken circle of love, signifying to all the union of this man and this woman in marriage.

Officiant: Groom , place the ring on Bride’s finger and repeat after me:

I give you this ring as a symbol of my abiding love for you. Let it be a reminder that I am always by your side And that I will always be a faithful partner to you.

Officiant: Bride, place the ring on the Groom’s finger and repeat after me:

I give you this ring as a symbol of my abiding love for you. Let it be a reminder that I am always by your side And that I will always be a faithful partner to you.

PRONOUNCEMENT:

By virtue of the authority vested in me under the laws of the State of Florida, I now pronounce you husband and wife. Go ahead and kiss your Bride.

INTRODUCTION:

It is my privilege to introduce Mr. and Mrs. ________ (or) for the 1st time as husband and wife - Groom name and Bride name.


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Marriage is the Union of
Nicholas Gordon

Marriage is the union of A greater sum than two in love. Relatives are made by vows, Relating endless fields and plows. In bringing families together, A million lives are changed forever. Go then in joy, yourselves to please: Each love shapes many destinies


Author Unknown

This day I married my best friend ... the one I laugh with as we share life's wondrous zest, as we find new enjoyments and experience all that's best. ... the one I live for because the world seems brighter as our happy times are better and our burdens feel much lighter. ... the one I love with every fiber of my soul. We used to feel vaguely incomplete, now together we are whole.


Elizabeth Barrett Browning

How do I love thee? Let me count the ways. I love thee to the depth and breadth and height My soul can reach, when feeling out of sight For the ends of Being an Ideal Grace. I love thee to the level of every day's Most quiet need, by sun and candle-light. I love thee freely, as men strive for Right; I love thee purely, as they turn from Praise. I love thee with the passion put to use In my old grief's, and with my childhood's faith. I love thee with a love I seemed to lose With my lost saints,--I love thee with the breath, Smiles, tears, of all my life!--and, if God choose, I shall but love thee better after death.


Nicholas Gordon

On your wedding day, as you trade vows, No ordinary moment hurries by. You partake, as far as time allows, Of something more than time and Earth and sky: Unknowable, invisible, yet there; Resplendent to the heart if not the face; More than both of you, yet less than air; A transcendental act conferring grace. Reason might say, How can this be true? Return then to the heart, for this is love. In making vows, you make one out of two, A mystery beyond what words can prove. Go then as one flesh, one home, one heart: Each still a whole, yet also now a part.


Nicholas Gordon

Thank you for your friendship and your love. However life may turn, this gift will be A mountain that has made my river bend, Nor will it flow the same way to the sea. Knowing you is something I'm made of.

Years will not this part of me remove. One lives for just a brief eternity, Understanding truths that never end


Marriage is the Closest Kind of Friendship
Nicholas Gordon

Marriage is the closest kind of friendship. Years of traffic wear away the lines Between two souls with similar designs, Ending more in unity than kinship. Separate actors must play separate parts: They must alone be riveted by need. Far beneath that soil a single seed Roots itself, tenacious in their hearts. In love there is a trust beyond the word. Each finds peace in each, as though the light Needed the tranquility of night, Deeper than what silence can be heard.


To Be One with Each Other
George Eliot

What greater thing is there for two human souls than to feel that they are joined together to strengthen each other in all labor, to minister to each other in all sorrow, to share with each other in all gladness, to be one with each other in the silent unspoken memories?


Author Unknown

Two birds begin a journey long, From different points in far off lands; With a luring urge - in heart a song, Two novices heed life's commands. As they make their great migration, Their feeble feet turn to taloned hands; And the two reach their destination As seasoned travelers in the northern lands. Still unaware that the other lives, Each alights upon the very same tree; And there the two, as if guided by God, Fall madly in love and marry. Thus so it is with (Bride and Groom); Two birds which Heaven's winds did blow To this blessed rendezvous of life, Like the two birds at Capistrano.


True Love
Author Unknown

True love is a sacred flame That burns eternally, And none can dim its special glow Or change its destiny. True love speaks in tender tones And hears with gentle ear, True love gives with open heart And true love conquers fear. True love makes no harsh demands It neither rules nor binds, And true love holds with gentle hands The hearts that it entwines.


A New Beginning
Gwen Frostic

On this earth there is a oneness A rhythmic flow through everything that lives The things with roots and stems and leaves The things with shells and fins and furs The things with wings with which to fly The things that crawl and those that walk Each thing must eat and breath and rest Each thing must seek and each is sought for Each has a birth, a purpose to fulfill To each an end and then a new beginning.
Bridal Song
John Ford

Comforts lasting, loves increasing, Like soft hours never ceasing: Plenty's pleasure, peace complying, Without jars, or tongues envying; Hearts by holy union wedded, More than theirs by custom bedded; Fruitful issues; life so graced, Not by age to be defaced, Budding, as the year ensu'th, Every spring another youth: All what thought can add beside Crown this bridegroom and this bride!


Dove Poem
Author Unknown

Two doves meeting in the sky Two loves hand in hand eye to eye Two parts of a loving whole Two hearts and a single soul

Two stars shining big and bright Two fires bringing warmth and light Two songs played in perfect tune Two flowers growing into bloom

Two Doves gliding in the air Two loves free without a care Two parts of a loving whole Two hearts and a single soul



Love Lives
John Clare

Love lives beyond The tomb, the earth, which fades like dew. I love the fond, The faithful, and the true Love lives in sleep, The happiness of healthy dreams Eve's dews may weep, But love delightful seems.

'Tis heard in Spring When light and sunbeams, warm and kind, On angels' wing Bring love and music to the mind.

And where is voice, So young, so beautiful and sweet As nature's choice, Where Spring and lovers meet?

Love lives beyond The tomb, the earth, the flowers, and dew. I love the fond, The faithful, young and true.



Marriage
Mary Weston Fordham

The die is cast, come weal, come woe, Two lives are joined together, For better or for worse, the link Which naught but death can sever. The die is cast, come grief, come joy Come richer, or come poorer, If love but binds the mystic tie, Blest is the bridal hour.


She Walks in Beauty
Lord Byron

She walks in beauty, like the night Of cloudless climes and starry skies; And all that's best of dark and bright Meet in her aspect and her eyes: Thus mellow'd to that tender light Which heaven to gaudy day denies.

One shade the more, one ray the less, Had half impaired the nameless grace Which waves in every raven tress, Or softly lightens o'er her face; Where thoughts serenely sweet express How pure, how dear their dwelling-place.

And on that cheek, and o'er that brow, So soft, so calm, yet eloquent, The smiles that win, the tints that glow, But tell of days in goodness spent, A mind at peace with all below, A heart whose love is innocent!



True Love
Author Unknown

True love is a sacred flame That burns eternally, And none can dim its special glow Or change its destiny. True love speaks in tender tones And hears with gentle ear, True love gives with open heart And true love conquers fear. True love makes no harsh demands It neither rules nor binds, And true love holds with gentle hands The hearts that it entwine


These I can Promise
Author Unknown

I cannot promise you a life of sunshine; I cannot promise riches, wealth, or gold; I cannot promise you an easy pathway That leads away from change or growing old.

But I can promise all my heart's devotion; A smile to chase away your tears of sorrow; A love that's ever true and ever growing; A hand to hold in yours through each tomorrow.



Love
Roy Croft

I love you, Not only for what you are, But for what I am When I am with you.

I love you, Not only for what You have made of yourself, But for what You are making of me.

I love you For the part of me That you bring out; I love you For putting your hand Into my heaped-up heart And passing over All the foolish, weak things That you can't help Dimly seeing there, And for drawing out Into the light All the beautiful belongings That no one else had looked Quite far enough to find.

I love you because you Are helping me to make Of the lumber of my life Not a tavern But a temple; Out of the works Of my every day Not a reproach But a song.

I love you Because you have done More than any creed Could have done To make me good, And more than any fate To make me happy.

You have done it Without a touch, Without a word, Without a sign. You have done it By being yourself.
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From the Irrational Season
Madeleine L’engle

"Ultimately there comes a time when a decision must be made. Ultimately two people who love each other must ask themselves how much they hope for as their love grows and deepens, and how much risk they are willing to take. It is indeed a fearful gamble. Because it is the nature of love to create, a marriage itself is something which has to be created. To marry is the biggest risk in human relations that a person can take. If we commit ourselves to one person for life this is not, as many people think, a rejection of freedom; rather it demands the courage to move into all the risks of freedom, and the risk of love which is permanent; into that love which is not possession, but participation. It takes a lifetime to learn another person. When love is not possession, but participation, then it is part of that co-creation which is our human calling."



On Friendship
Roy Croft
(also called 'Love'; also called 'To my Friend')

I love you, not for what you are, but what I am, when I am with you.

I love you not only for what you have made of yourself, but what you are making of me.

I love you for the part of me that you bring out.

I love you for putting your hand into my heaped up heart and passing over all the frivolous and weak things that you cannot help seeing there, and for drawing out into the light all the beautiful and radiant things that no one else has looked quite far enough to find...

I love you because you have done more than any creed could have done to make me good, and more than any fate could have done to make me happy.

You have done it without a touch, without a word, without a sign. You have done it by being yourself. Perhaps that is what being a friend means after all.



Let Us Walk Together

Let us walk together yet not as one, but such that our shadows are separate and distinct, such that our souls are unbound and free. Let us share our time, yet do not give all your time, nor take all of mine for in order to develop to the fullest, to be free, we must have solitude and individuality.

Let me wander in solitude, when I need to be alone, yet be near, when I need you. Let us share our love. Give freely of your love, but do not smother me, my soul must breathe a free air. Take my love, but do not demand it, for love given of obligation, is stale and without life. Let us share our lives.

Share my life, but do not try to shape it. Let me share your life, but do not let it revolve around me. Let us share ourselves. Accept me as I am, do not attempt to change me to fit your dreams. Respect me for what I am, not for what I was or one day may be. Share yourself with me, but do not allow me to limit your freedom or bind your soul. Let us share our minds, thoughts, goals, values and dreams. Let us develop these within ourselves without restriction or loss of freedom.

Thus our two free souls, may wander together as they develop in freedom. As we share our lives, as we walk through life together, know my love is yours, but not my soul for it must be free.



On Your Wedding Day, as You Trade Vows
Nicholas Gordon

On your wedding day, as you trade vows, No ordinary moment hurries by. You partake, as far as time allows, of something more than time and earth and sky. Unknowable, invisible, yet there; Resplendent to the heart if not the face; More than both of you, yet less than air. A transcendental act conferring grace. Reason might say. How can this be true? Return then to the heart, for this is love. In making vows, you make one out of two. A mystery beyond what words can prove. Go then as one flesh, one home, one heart. Each still a whole, yet also now a part.

What is Love
Author Unknown

Sooner or later we begin to understand that love is more than verses on valentines and romance in the movies. We begin to know that love is here and now, real and true, the most important thing in our lives. For love is the creator of our favorite memories and the foundation of our fondest dreams.

Love is a promise that is always kept, a fortune that can never be spent, a seed that can flourish in even the most unlikely of places. And this radiance that never fades, this mysterious and magical joy, is the greatest treasure of all - one known only by those who love.



Foundations of Marriage
Regina Hill

Love, trust, and forgiveness are the foundations of marriage. In marriage, many days will bring happiness, while other days may be sad. But together, two hearts can overcome everything...In marriage, all of the moments won't be exciting or romantic, and sometimes worries and anxiety will be overwhelming. But together, two hearts that accept will find comfort together.

Recollections of past joys, pains, and shared feelings will be the glue that holds everything together during even the worst and most insecure moments. Reaching out to each other as a friend, and becoming the confidant and companion that the other one needs, is the true magic and beauty of any two people together.

It's inspiring in each other a dream or a feeling, and having faith in each other and not giving up... even when all the odds say to quit. It's allowing each other to be vulnerable, to be himself or herself, even when the opinions or thoughts aren't in total agreement or exactly what you'd like them to be. It's getting involved and showing interest in each other, really listening and being available, the way any best friend should be.

Exactly three things need to be remembered in a marriage if it is to be a mutual bond of sharing, caring, and loving throughout life: love, trust, and forgiveness.



Marriage Joins Two People in the Circle of its Love
Edmund O'Neill

Marriage is a commitment to life, the best that two people can find and bring out in each other. It offers opportunities for sharing and growth that no other relationship can equal. It is a physical and an emotional joining that is promised for a lifetime.

Within the circle of its love, marriage encompasses all of life's most important relationships. A wife and a husband are each other's best friend, confidant, lover, teacher, listener, and critic. And there may come times when one partner is heartbroken or ailing, and the love of the other may resemble the tender caring of a parent for a child.

Marriage deepens and enriches every facet of life. Happiness is fuller, memories are fresher, commitment is stronger, even anger is felt more strongly, and passes away more quickly.

Marriage understands and forgives the mistakes life is unable to avoid. It encourages and nurtures new life, new experiences, and new ways of expressing a love that is deeper than life.

When two people pledge their love and care for each other in marriage, they create a spirit unique unto themselves which binds them closer than any spoken or written words. Marriage is a promise, a potential made in the hearts of two people who love each other and takes a lifetime to fulfill.

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Gaelic Prayer
Adapted from - ancient Gaelic runes

Deep peace of the running wave to you. Deep peace of the flowing air to you. Deep peace of the quiet earth to you. Deep peace of the shining stars to you. Deep peace of the infinite peace to you.


Old English Blessing

May your joys be as bright as the morning, your years of happiness as numerous as the stars in the heavens, and your troubles but shadows that fade in the sunlight of love.


Irish Wedding Blessing

May your mornings bring joy and your evenings bring peace. May your troubles grow few as your blessings increase. May the saddest day of your future Be no worse than the happiest day of your past. May your hands be forever clasped in friendship And your hearts joined forever in love. Your lives are very special, God has touched you in many ways. May his blessings rest upon you And fill all your coming days.


Apache Blessing

May the sun bring you new energy by day. May the moon softly restore you by night. May the rain wash away your worries, and the breeze blow new strength into your being. And all the days of your life, may you walk gently through the world and know its beauty. (I like this for the moonlight/full moon ceremony)


Blessing for Marriage
James Dillet Freeman

May your marriage bring you all the exquisite excitements a marriage should bring, and may life grant you also patience, tolerance, and understanding.

May you always need one another - not so much to fill your emptiness as to help you to know your fullness. A mountain needs a valley to be complete; the valley does not make the mountain less, but more; and the valley is more a valley because it has a mountain towering over it. So let it be with you and you.

May you need one another, but not out of weakness. May you want one another, but not out of lack. May you entice one another, but not compel one another. May you embrace one another, but not out encircle one another. May you succeed in all important ways with one another, and not fail in the little graces. May you look for things to praise, often say, "I love you!" and take no notice of small faults.

If you have quarrels that push you apart, may both of you hope to have good sense enough to take the first step back.

May you enter into the mystery which is the awareness of one another's presence - no more physical than spiritual, warm and near when you are side by side, and warm and near when you are in separate rooms or even distant cities. May you have happiness, and may you find it making one another happy. May you have love, and may you find it loving one another. (This could be the ceremony verbiage up to the ring exchange)


Apache Marriage Blessing

Now you will feel no rain, for each of you will be the shelter for each other. Now you will feel no cold, for each of you will be the warmth for the other. Now you are two persons, but there is only one life before. Go now to your dwelling place to enter into the days of your life together. And may your days be good and long upon the earth.

Treat yourselves and each other with respect, and remind yourselves often of what brought you together. Give the highest priority to the tenderness, gentleness and kindness that your connection deserves. When frustration, difficulty and fear assail your relationship - as they threaten all relationships at one time or another - remember to focus on what is right between you, not only the part which seems wrong. In this way, you can ride out the storms when clouds hide the face of the sun in your lives - remembering that even if you lose sight of it for a moment, the sun is still there. And if each of you takes responsibility for the quality of your life together, it will be marked by abundance and delight.

Our Ceremonies are civil and non-religious, performed by a Florida Notary Public, but contemporarily spiritual and performed in the ever glorious settings provided by mother nature.

The life long commitment you are about to make can only be made when there exists a deep and true love. A Non-religious ceremony does not render your vows meaningless. The vows you speak will truthfully reveal the depth and power of your love, the love that comes from your heart and soul!

Readings

Blessings

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“I ____GROOM____, take thee, __BRIDE_____ to be my Wife - to have and to hold, in sickness and in health, for richer or for poorer, and I promise my love to you forevermore.

“I ____BRIDE____ , take thee, __GROOM__, to be my Husband. To have and to hold, in sickness and in health, for richer or for poorer, and I promise My love to you forevermore.


"I __GROOM___, take you ___BRIDE__, to be my wife. To share the good times and hard times side by side as husband and wife. I humbly give you my hand and my heart as a sanctuary of warmth and peace, and pledge my faith and love to you”.

"I __BRIDE___, take you ___GROOM__, to be my husband. To share the good times and hard times side by side as husband and wife. I humbly give you my hand and my heart as a sanctuary of warmth and peace, and pledge my faith and love to you”.


“I __GROOM_ take you _BRIDE_____ as my wife , in friendship and in love, in strength and weakness, to share the good times and misfortune, in achievement and failure, to celebrate life with you forevermore”.

“I BRIDE_ take you _GROOM___ as my husband , in friendship and in love, in strength and weakness, to share the good times and misfortune, in achievement and failure, to celebrate life with you forevermore”.


I GROOM, give you, BRIDE this ring as a symbol of my love and faithfulness. As I place it on your finger, I commit my heart and soul to you. I ask you to wear this ring as a reminder of the vows we have spoken today, our wedding day.

I BRIDE, give you, GROOM this ring as a symbol of my love and faithfulness. As I place it on your finger, I commit my heart and soul to you. I ask you to wear this ring as a reminder of the vows we have spoken today, our wedding day.


I GROOM, give you BRIDE this ring to wear with love and joy. As a ring has no end, neither shall my love for you. I choose you to be my (wife / husband) this day and forevermore.

I BRIDE, give you GROOM this ring to wear with love and joy. As a ring has no end, neither shall my love for you. I choose you to be my (wife / husband) this day and forevermore.


This ring I give to you, as a token of my love and devotion to you. I pledge to you all that I am, and all that I will ever be as your (husband/wife). With this ring, I gladly marry you and join my life to yours.


I give you this ring as a symbol of my love for you. Let it be a reminder that I am always by your side and that I will always be a faithful partner to you.


With this ring I thee wed, and with it I bestow upon thee, all the treasures of my mind, heart, and hands.


I have for you a golden ring. The most precious metal symbolizes that your love is the most precious element in my life. The ring has no beginning and no ending, which symbolizes that the love between us will never cease. I place it on your finger as a visible sign of the vows which have made us husband and wife.


“Today I married my best friend, Our bond complete, it hath no end. We share one soul, we share one heart, A perfect time – a perfect start. With these rings we share together, Love so close to last forever. This special day – two special hearts, Let nothing keep this love apart.


I love you. You are my best friend. Today I give myself to you in marriage. I promise to encourage and inspire you. To laugh with you, and to comfort you in times of sorrow and struggle. I promise to love you in good times and in bad. When life seems easy and when it seems hard, When our love is simple, and when it is an effort. I promise to cherish you, and always hold you in highest regard. These things I give to you today, And all the days of our life.
   
 
 
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