The Royal Wedding.

Hear Ye,

 Hear Ye,

The Queen denied the royal bride,

The title as our princess,

“She’ll belong to Windsor,

(For t’is not only William she weds)

I do decree – from this day forth –

And for as long as they both shall live,

 They’ll both be known,

As the Duke of Cambridge and his Duchess.”

Hear Ye,

Hear Ye,

The Queen denied the royal bride,

The title as our Princess,

She decreed, “She shall be known,

As the Duke of Cambridge’s Duchess”.

In the Abbey

But upon the dazzling day,

When all the stars shone in the Abbey,

The sun came in through skylights,

Whilst the moon sat in the Lobby…

And…there she stood…

Gleaming gloriously at the altar,

Illuminating the purity of her white lacy dress,

Why, even divine prevalence did radiate,

Whilst next to her charming prince and groom,

In a hypnotic timid voice she boomed,

I have called upon the world to back and bear,

That I know not of any reason,

That could tear us,

Nor of anyone who’d dare,

And so in His mighty presence,

With this ring I solemnly do swear,

That I shall love and honour this man

And never will I betray.

In poverty – be it – or in wealth,

I’ll stand and go to war with him,

Be it sickness or in health.”

Though she left no mystery in our minds,

That she may had forgot the vow upon this time,

That she would always obey…

Hear Yea,

Hear Yea,

The Queen denied the royal bride,

Her title as our princess,

She decrees she shall be known instead,

As the Duke of Cambridge’s Duchess.

(29 April 2011)

Crown & Glory

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