What Is A Soulmate by Emily Matthews is a romantic wedding poem that is perfect for nervous or shy readers because of its rhythmic rhyme scheme. The poem follows a simple rhyme scheme that adds rhythm to your speech, so whoever is reading this out at your ceremony won’t have to think too hard about what they’re saying. This poem by Emily Matthew is separated into two stanzas. The first stanza goes into detail about how you can tell if you’ve found your soulmate. The second stanza expresses how you can make your marriage last with your soulmate. The best part of this wedding reading is that you can leave out the second stanza for a shorter reading! Want this reading at your ceremony? Download our free PDF version so all you have to do is print it out. 

What Is A Soulmate?

by Emily Matthews

If you have found a smile that is the sweetest one you’ve known.
If you have heard, within a voice, the echoes of your own.
If you have felt a touch that stirs the longing of your heart,
And still can feel that closeness in the moment you’re apart.
If you are filled with wonder at the way two lives can blend,
To weave a perfect pattern that is seamless end to end.
If you believe some things in life are simply meant to be,
Then you have found your soulmate, your hearts own destiny.

If you can always be as close and happy as today,
Yet be secure enough to grow and change along the way.
If you can keep for you alone your love as man and wife,
Yet find the time to share your joy with others in your life.
If you can be as one and walk through marriage hand in hand,
Yet still support the goals and dreams that each of you have planned.
If you can dare to always go your separate ways together,
Then all the wonders of today will stay with you forever.

What is a soulmate?

What Is A Soulmate by Emily Matthews is the perfect poem for your wedding ceremony if you believe you're tying the knot with your twin flame! Take our free PDF version of this reading below...

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What Is A Soulmate by Emily Matthews is also similar to some of our other favourite wedding readings about love. Including, How Do I Love Thee by Elizabeth Barrett Browning and The Meaning of True Love by Anon. How else are you going to make your wedding ceremony memorable? Check out these 32 aisle decoration ideas for some inspiration. 

Leah Blundell

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