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    Marry Me
    Elizabeth Pridgen
    I’ve known you for ten years.
    And thank you for wiping my tears.
    You know how much I love you, right?
    Now all that’s left is to hope our future is bright.
    “Marry me.” You say,
    “Just get me through the grey.”
    I will if I ever learn to pray.
    Promise me, you’ll be my side,
    And I’ll always be your bride.
    I’ll marry you if you marry me.
    But let’s thank God we are free.

  • #2
    The last line is quite thought-provoking, as marriage is somewhat of a paradox - a paradise of freedom as well as a prison. I liked it.

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