The Limousine glided in the church courtyard, I peeped through the woods,
The sight of her in pristine white, my teary eyes over-looked.
The white wasn’t as bright , as the glow on her face,
The twinkle reminded me of the day, I met her at a friends place.
Her maids were wearing a deep red, matching her perfect Lips,
I could still taste her passionate kisses, Oh! how dearly now I miss.
Her Veil was a trailing lace, just as she always loved,
I was also once her truly loved, never will I hurt her, I had vowed.
There was no mistake in her grace, Mistake lies within me now,
I would never forget her big brown eyes. I left her crying and how.
She gave me all her heart could, she gave love from her soul,
I let it all go foolishly, I left in her heart a deep hole.
If only I was wiser then, she would walk towards me today,
Resting her palm on her father’s arm, she seems to be walking away.
Walking towards the one who appreciated, all that I did not,
Giving her the unconditional love and no reason to doubt.
The church bells are making a noise, and so is my withered heart,
I long to embrace her in my arms and never let her go apart.
The time has past for forgiveness now, my memory slate needs to clean,
The Princess who I treated like a Slave, Is some Lucky Man’s Queen!