In A Relationship
April 23 2006
hey, so i wrote this today, see what you think.
The wedding march started and she entered the room. Her hair was swept back in playful curls and her unique hazel eyes made her the most stunning that he had ever seen. This was the gorgeous girl he fell in love with when they were only kids. He had said he'd marry her and she only giggled. She had never taken her best friend seriously when he said he'd love her forever. Now the wedding day was here.
He met her glance halfway down the aisle and locked eyes with her. They smiled at the same time as she made her way to the altar. That smile was what swept him off his feet every single time he saw her. Now she was standing before God, the crowd, and the man she'd be with for the rest of her life, professing her love. Before he even knew it happened, the "I do's" were said and the couple was introduced as man and wife. There was that smile again, as the wedding party walked down the aisle.
At the reception, he watched her from across the room, laughing with her friends and greeting other guests. She browsed the room, looking for someone to catch her eye. Of course, he looked at that exact moment she did. He could always read her thoughts. That's what made them a perfect pair. He tried to mix and mingle among the wedding guests, but he couldn't take his eyes off of her. A slow song came on, their slow favorite song from childhood, and he couldn't stand it anymore. He had to dance with her. He parted the crowds to take the woman he loved by the hand.
"Excuse me, ladies, but do you mind if the best man borrows the bride for one dance?"