Think pink and white fancy tables,
With croissants, berries and honey,
Favors at each gold rimmed plate,
Little pots full of shining money.


Napkin rings rolled with greenback bills
In a diamond bucket, sweet wine chills.
Olives pierced with silver picks,
Candle glow from gold boullion sticks,


Sure and I guess it's only a dream,
Table favors aren't what they may seem.
You could get a plant, or a printed name tag.
Sometimes even a little candy bag.


Wedding tables graced with little bags of rice,
Tied in silk ribbons, very nice.
Always fun to have a little favor.
To put in a drawer and find years later.




By Norma (Twi1ite@sbcglobal.net)

 


 



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Tom's A-Doings

Imitation Lady

My Mouse Friend

Haiku By Mikey



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