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For Willa & Josh



On behalf of the
Holness mob,
I’d like to welcome you one and all,
And if you’ve never been here before,
Hehehe,
Just sit back, relax, because your gonna have a ball.
Well you finally bloody did it Josh,
you got Willa to say yes.
Although how you finally did it
Is really anybody’s guess.
Maybe it was always the way
you let the Lovelight in your heart shine,
Or maybe it was how you passed her tests
Time after time after time.
I’m just glad to be here with everyone today
Celebrating you and your new Mrs Lay.
Some thought she’d never do it,
being the strong and independent one.
She thought she’d lose her individuality,
and that it would take away all the fun.
But she knows now that,that’s just not true,
She can still be herself and have a good time
but knowing You will be there,
To hold back her hair as she’s having a spew.
She knows your heart is strong and true
and that always will you be there
and never will she be alone
For she shall always have you
With whom she can share.
Then when the night is all dark
and your troubles abound
Take comfort in each other
and the love that you have found.
Then not before long
There will be
the pitter patter
Of tiny feet.
Oops I’ve done it now
Poor Willa has gone as white as a sheet.
Now on that note
I’ll leave you
and let Willa catch her breath
before she can disintegrate me,
with her x-ray eyes of death.
There is one more thing
I do have to say,
Before I go run
N hide far away.
May the sun shine upon you
Wherever you may be.
May you always be this happy
Untroubled and carefree
May you always keep this love
So bright and so strong
It’s what will save and keep you going
When everything feels wrong
May you always hold tight,
Each to the other
And never forget
That’s where you belong.
May My Gods
And your God
Bring you Blessings
without measure
And fill your lives with
Loving memories
That always you can treasure.
Blessed Be
Jodes
15/5/2019
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Submitted by Jodes on April 09, 2020

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