The poetry is from the Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam:
So I be written in the Book of Love,Here's the text.
I have no care about that book above;
Erase my name, or write it, as you please--
So I be written in the Book of Love.
And Keith asks:
If you voted for this Proposition or support those who did or the sentiment they expressed, I have some questions, because, truly, I do not understand. Why does this matter to you? What is it to you? In a time of impermanence and fly-by-night relationships, these people over here want the same chance at permanence and happiness that is your option. They don't want to deny you yours. They don't want to take anything away from you. They want what you want—a chance to be a little less alone in the world.I just got married and I'm very happy. Why do I get that opportunity when so many others can't?
It's only fair that they should.