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WEDDING FEAST, by            
First Line: Just one more bride has passed before
Last Line: Blessed the bride in her silks and laces.
Subject(s): Brides; Marriage; Weddings; Husbands; Wives


Just one more bride has passed before
The altar and out the old church door.
Her friends flung rice, her laugh was gay,
And merrily she was whisked away.

Then a brooding quiet settled down
On the dusty street in the little town;
And out from a nearby house there stole
A shabby old couple with broom and bowl.
They swept up the rice while their grateful faces
Blessed the bride in her silks and laces.





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