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I asked my sister in law to read my wife this poem on our wedding day while she was getting ready. I had picked out a solitaire diamond necklace for her weeks before the wedding and asked that her sister hand it to her as she read the poem to her. She cried when she heard it and looked stunning when she wore the necklace to our wedding that afternoon.

Walk With Me

© David Ortiz

One love, one life
One ring, one wife

One deep breath of happiness when I look into your eyes
Today we publicly announce our love, no longer in disguise

Solitaire, some call it one of a kind
A rarity a special find

I did not have to go searching
Faith placed you here

I will never have to look far
I know the one I love is always near

We once said "me for you and you for me"
Today I finally get to see
What were once just words
Today will become a reality

A strong and happy family is what we will be
If you please take my hand and down this isle "walk with me."

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Published: 12/15/2010

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We two form a multitude

- Ovid

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