Alec Baldwin Tweets Emily Dickinson Poem Before Wedding
Alec Baldwin and Hilaria Thomas are set to tie the knot later today in New York City and the “30 Rock” actor is definitely in the mood.
Baldwin took to Twitter this morning to share his feelings about his bride to be. The actor shared an Emily Dickenson poem, entitled “Resurrection,” to his Twitter followers.
‘T was a long parting, but the time For interview had come; Before the judgment-seat of God, The last and second time. These fleshless lovers met, A heaven in a gaze, A heaven of heavens, the privilege Of one another’s eyes. No lifetime set on them, Apparelled as the new Unborn, except they had beheld, Born everlasting now. Was bridal e’er like this? A paradise, the host, And cherubim and seraphim The most familiar guest.”
Baldwin also shared a biblical passage before his wedding. The actor shared a verse from Corinthians, writing:
“But now abideth faith, hope, love, these three; and the greatest of these is love.”
E! Online reports that Alec Baldwin and Hilaria Thomas are getting married at Old St. Patrick’s Church in New York City. Since the wedding details are known, there’s a good chance that the paparazzi are on hand to capture Baldwin’s special day. And since the paparazzi are on hand, there’s a good chance that there will be a physical altercation at Baldwin’s wedding.
Are you a fan of Alec Baldwin? Are you happy that he’s getting married to Hilaria Thomas?