Apache Wedding Poem

On the perfect fall day Danielle and Chris were married under an oak tree off a hiking trail on Mount Lemmon! Part of the event included a sand ceremony for which the judge read this deeply moving poem, so appropriate for the occasion.

Now you will feel no rain,

For each of you will be shelter to the other.

Now you will feel no cold,

For each of you will be warmth to the other.

Now there is no loneliness for you.

Now you are two persons

But there is one life before you.

Go now to your dwelling place

To enter into the days of your togetherness.

And may your days be good and long upon

the earth.

Comments
4 Responses to “Apache Wedding Poem”
  1. Karen says:

    Congratulations. I love this poem and the true meaning. Everyone needs this when they get married to remember who they are.

    Liked by 1 person

  2. Dan Beeaff says:

    The judge did good! Nice poem.

    Sent from my iPad

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    Liked by 1 person

  3. Helen M. Stephens says:

    What a beautiful poem and a lovely photo of the two of you. Luv Helen and Ted

    Liked by 1 person

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