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I Do
By Hinata-chan

 

It was a snowy winter afternoon. The bride, groom, family, and friends were gathered at a small
local church. It was a very long-awaited day for many-the matrimonial joining of a young couple.

The young, anxious bride was eagerly awaiting the beginning of the wedding. She was squeezing
her maid of honor's hand tightly. She laughed.

"Chloe-kun, calm down! Your husband-to-be loves you very much, and you love him! What is there
to be worried about?" she reassured her younger sister.

The bride looked into her sister's deep green eyes. "You're right, Nii-chan." She pulled her
sister into an embrace then whispered in her ear,"Thank you. For everything."

The wedding then began.

The blushing bride made her way down the aisle, stepping in time with the piano music. She
arrived by her beloved Kovu-kun. They smiled at each other. Kovu-kun mouthed, "I love you."

"We are gathered here today to join this cuple in holy matrimony. Does anyone object to this
joining?"

Then, to the couple's horror, their maid of honor stood up. "Yay! Go Kovu-san and
Chloe-kun!!" she yelled. Kovu and Chloe blushed, a habit of both of theirs.

The wedding continued. The reverend turned to Kovu. "Kovu, do you take Chloe to be your
wife?"

Kovu turned to his love. He smiled. "I do."

"Chloe, do you take Kovu to be your husband?"

"...I do."

The church erupted in "Aww!!"s.

"You may now kiss the bride."

Kovu lifted his wife's veil and kissed her tenderly on the lips.

"I love you."

 

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