A Carriage Made For Two

a poem by William Willis, Scotland

A sentimental journey on a carriage made for two.
White horses that serenely trot in the early morning dew.
A marriage made in heaven,rays of sunlight fill her hair.
Her chariot awaits her and her father takes her there.

Its a golden autunm morning,confetti leaves are swirling high.
She is dressed in white and her Dad, he"s got a teardrop in his eye.
The wind it dries his teardrops ,blows his nerves and fears astray.
Today is that special day.The day he gives his child away.

He recalls the day she started school and then starts to reminisce
He looks warmly into her eyes and gives her a loving kiss.
His daughter smiles warmly and takes her fathers hand.
Like a little snow white pebble nestling gently in the sand.

A sentimental journey on a carriage made for two.
He takes his daughter to the church in the early morning dew.

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