As can be expected, a lot of guys want to know exactly what their best man’s poem will look like. Are the verses all four lines long, will it rhyme, and will the bridesmaids fall head-over-heels in love with me when I read it out?
Yes, yes, and maybe…
So I thought I’d better add another sample of a poem I wrote, just to give you a heads-up. Every poem is unique, written from the information you give me. If I don’t have enough, I’ll quiz you some more until we get it right. When it’s done you will have the added confidence to nail your speech. It doesn’t matter how the first bit goes, once you get into the poem and the guests are all laughing, you’re going to be the hero.
Take a look at this and you’ll get an idea on how it will look, and if you do have best man’s duties to perform, just write to me at thebestmanspoem today.
It took quite a while, to warm to this chap,
His clothes were a mess, and his hairstyle crap.
But that’s just the way, with people like Pete,
And now I don’t notice, his big smelly feet!
For a midweek drink, we’d often indulge,
And go cycling next day, to work off the bulge.
By the weekend we’d need, a beer fix again,
The week soon forgotten, once we’d drunk ten!
In the years since we met, he’s done funny things,
And he brightens up work, ‘cause he always sings.
When a job goes tits-up, or the workshop’s aflame,
I guarantee now, old Pete gets the blame!
He can get quite flustered, when a customer moans,
And he won’t let it go, like a dog with a bone.
His face goes bright red, and his veins start to pop,
And it’s wise to move on, before you get dropped!
Thanks for reading, and I look forward to hearing from you…