Every glance can be a conversation, eyes just playing and saying what needs to be said. I don't know my cousin but as nearly his only family there I would like to pull this off, preferably by dint of reading a poem. Gonna plug Frank O'Hara here: When love is not possession, but participation, then it is part of that co-creation which is our human calling, and which implies such risk that it is often rejected. It is speaking words of appreciation and demonstrating gratitude in thoughtful ways. I don't think it is soppy or particularly hetero-- though I guess husband and wife should be swapped out for spouse.
Through a labour of love these two will become as one, fighting against the odds and ultimately creating a commitment that will grow into an infinite love.
7 Romantic Readings for an LGBTQ+ Ceremony
True friendship nurtures our hopes, supports us in our disappointments, and encourages us to grow to our best potential. It is standing together facing the world. I first thought of this lovely dinosaur storybut it is very obviously about heterosexual dinosaurs, and I'm reluctant to maul the poem by introducing gay dinosaurs, or to read the heterosexual dinosaur poem as-is. I particularly like this poem from this collection, "A Homecoming: And it will take commitment — to hold true to a journey you both now will share together. I was at a wedding with "I Do, I Have, I Will" the first poem there and it was hilariously well-received by the audience.
It is having the capacity to forgive and forget. Connect with us Facebook Twitter Pinterest Instagram. This thread is closed to new comments. That's why it doesn't happen often to people who break easily, or have sharp edges, or who have to be carefully kept. You could even pull just a chunk of it out if you wanted something short. This unitarian reading is what we did for our wedding.