50th Anniversary Toast

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Dear Amy, "Your poem over exceeded any and all expectations when I delivered it at the anniversary party. It was a tremendous success! Thank YOU so much. Sylvia"

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An Example of a 50th Anniversary Toast

Dear Mom and Dad,

A fiftieth anniversary
Doesn't happen every day,
And so we find out hearts are full,
With many things to say.

Delores and her Melvin
Started dating at fifteen.
Twixt Junior year and Senior year,
They married in-between.

They went to Alexandria
By bus, to tie the knot.
It was so crowded, separate seats
Were what they finally got.

But since that fabled bus trip,
They've rarely been apart.
Delores loves her Melvin,
And he clasps her to his heart.

The place Mom worked sounds perfect
For what we get from her,
'Cause she was always "Social"
And she made us feel "Secure."

And Dad, he was a tillerman.
He steered the truck's rear end
And kept that fire truck in line
When it went 'round the bend.

Their son is also Melvin, sometimes
Known as "Little Mel."
His lovely daughter Emily's
A girl we think is swell.

For Jackie and for Cheryl,
Mom liked dressing them the same.
With Abby and with Hannah,
Jackie's playing that same game.

With Nikolas and Isaac,
Well, those grandsons are a joy!
Big Nikolas is Cheryl's son,
While Isaac's Jackie's boy.

Remember Dad's old leisure suits?
Did Mom pack them away?
Well, now that he has leisure, he can
Bring them out to stay!

Our household held a lot of pets
Who all were glad to meet ya.
We even had a kinkajou
Who favored eating pizza!

Mom's bought him many watches,
But he leaves them in a drawer.
When they're together, time stands still,
'Cause that's what love is for.

So now they're going to take a cruise
On "Grandeur Of The Seas,"
A worthy ship for voyagers
As well-beloved as these.

Happy 50th Anniversary!

Love,

Sylvia

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