shonie Griffin

Rookie (Caldwell Idaho)

Are We Soulmates?


Everyone has a soul mate; Are you with yours?

Is it fate, Predetermined?

Is it possible to pass them by accidentally and stupidly, Or can it be fixed?

Is there a too late, Or can destiny take hold and fix it before our days end?

How can we know for sure?

And if not, why do we bother to believe in love or fate? To pass time,

even though we know that apart we can never really and truly be happy,

Or is that a price we have to pay in order to not sacrifice anyone's feelings?

I guess eventually we will all lose in the end. Is the price too much to pay?

I guess there can be no wrong or right answer,

But we may always wonder now, Wont we?

A part of me screams forget it, And another part cries no,

And although curiosity killed the cat, I am insanely curious.

Submitted: Sunday, June 22, 2014

Topic of this poem: dramatic monologue


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