I Always Do

We have been through this once before. Yet, no matter how many times I say it, I can't stop. It wasn't that the first time was not enough. It is not out of fame or fortune, lust or greed. It is not because we need to rekindle our love. It is because I want the expression. I want to relive a moment in my life that I will always be proud of. A moment that was never too dull or grand.

It was just right.
I loved you then,
I loved you through,
I love you now,
I Always DO.


  • Wonderful

    These words fit closely to my situation. I was married to the love of my life ten years ago this coming May. Through horrible circumstances, our marriage tragically ended. After years apart, we have just recently come together again, miraculously, realizing we truly are twin flames.

    We plan to visit that spot on the side of a mountain overlook where we took our vows on the 10 year anniversary of our wedding, and be there at that moment of our original ceremony. I would like to say some words to her, sort of in the form of a vow, and this is very close to what I want to say to her at that moment. Thank you.

    cj 2020-01-18

  • pat dion

    love you

    moriah coleman 2016-05-16

  • Unique

    This isn't a conventional wedding vow that I would say to my husband or vise/versa in front of a group of people. It sounds like to me that someone wants to rekindle a love that was once lost. The words are sincere and loving but not appropriate for a wedding ceremony but more for a private devotion or best written in a letter to your loved one. Not the best I've seen.

    Valiah 2012-04-05

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