Romantic-Sarcastic-tongue in cheek poem prompted by a "Just Married" Sign
After the echoes of music whispered,
The newlyweds leaned in, shared a caress.
New bands of union on fingers shimmered,
The lovers' hands linked in sweet tenderness.
Life spread before them: a silken ribbon.
No care for the roadblocks that might arise.
Rose-scented petals paved the path driven,
along their carriage ride, aloft to the skies.