Are You Knocking

I seem to have lived my life in thrice written scrolls
flowing throughout the eternal winds
in bits and pieces of torn paper

I've searched my heart for you my love
I've sent your name to the stars
Sending it throughout the Universe…
floating across the essence of time

I seek my heart's desire…
Bidding him to send the mysteries of his soul
I search and search -
Oh, there must be more
Is that you knocking at my door?

Why is love so hidden
we think it has arrived, Only to find…
it was not for our heart - our soul

In my dreams -
you've come a thousand times
Your spirit sings
I'm aroused by the gentleness of your touch

I feel the passion of your caress
My heart keeps searching
My soul yearns for the sweet taste of your kiss
Where are you my love...
There must be more
Is that you knocking at my door?

You sleep in the recesses of my mind - my heart
Come fill the emptiness within -
draw me into your warm embrace
I'll wait a lifetime...
There must be more

Is that you knocking at my door?

Submitted: Tuesday, July 17, 2012
Edited: Wednesday, July 18, 2012

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