An Epithalamion by Tony Kushner

Conjunction, assemblage, congress, union: Life isn’t meant to be lived alone. A life apart is a desperate fiction. Life is an intermediate business: a field of light bordered by love a sea of desire stretched between shores. Marriage is the

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‘This Marriage’ by Rumi

May these vows and this marriage be blessed. May it be sweet milk, this marriage, like wine and halvah. May this marriage offer fruit and shade like the date palm. May this marriage be full of laughter, our every day

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A Wedding on Earth by Annie Finch

That all the woods may answer, and your echo ring. — Edmund Spenser Like the feet that root deep to walk the ground with circling steps that no one of us can hear, or the leaves that die just to coil

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Let’s Marae!

My nearest, my queerest, my conjugal dearest, my closest, my mostest, what shall I call you? My lavender gayspeak, queerspeak and queenspeak, lost lambda pipsqueak, your name preference, please? My love, my dove, my heaven above, my who I want

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