Wedding Vows #FridayFotoFiction



‘To have and to hold’

‘To have and to hold’


From this day forward’

‘From this day forward’


‘For better, for worse’

‘For better, for worse’


‘For richer, for poorer’

‘For richer, for poorer’


‘In sickness and in health’

‘In sickness and in health’


‘Until death do us part’

‘Until death do us part’

 Mark and Michelle smiled at each other as they held hands and walked down the aisle. Weddings were beautiful, they both believed that. They had loved their own, and looked forward to being part of other people’s big day, like today.There was something alluring about two people coming together for life, was their common belief.

Yes, Mark and Michelle believed weddings were beautiful. They just could never fathom why they weren’t able to honour their respective marriages and stay faithful to their respective spouses.


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  1. What a cunning word play! I first thought it was a tale of wedding, then thought Mark and Michelle were attending someone else’s wedding and reminiscing their own only to discover they are in an improper one. Clever!

  2. Profound paradox! It takes a lot beyond the ceremonies to hold on to each other.
    Engaging story Mayuri.

  3. Whoa! That was not something I was expecting! What a clever plot, Mayuri! ;P

  4. Forbidden fruit tastes better ? Loved the build up of this adulterous tale.

    1. Hahahahaha! Thanks for reading, Sunita Ji:)

  5. I recall my great grand aunt once saying – Marrying someone is very easy, but it takes much more than bonding to make a MARRIAGE. I did not understand the meaning than, but today with 9 + yrs of marriage I know when she meant.

    1. I know what you mean, Dipika. Your great, grand aunt was so right.

  6. Love indeed can be found everywhere when looked for. 😉

    1. And with anyone, if the intention is so:)))

  7. The ways of love are strange. The story building up in my mind is in many ways related to yours- in a way it answers the question you posed

    1. Great minds think alike, Akshata:))) Waiting to read yours:)

  8. This was tricky. Loved the narration. Great take as always!

    1. Hahahahah! Glad you did, Meha!:)

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