Altered (A)isle

For the Saturday Mix: double take. We are given a set of homophones to use in a piece of writing.

aisle – walkway
I’ll – contraction of “I will”
isle – island

and

alter – to change
altar – raised centre of worship


Down the aisle and to the altar,
She did always dream to go;
But the dream she had to alter:
Fiancé was a no-show.
He had fled to a tropical isle,
Unbeknownst to the bride-to-be;
“I’ll have revenge on one so vile”
Said she, relieved, single and free.

 

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