LORIE ROBERTSON


Kindred Spirits


Just two kindred spirits
Two very lonely souls
Traveling down different roads
Loneliness is their companion
By chance fate intervenes
A casual meeting between
Just two lonely souls
And as paths do cross
Love takes hold
Words are all but bold
Hearts melt
Feelings are felt
For two kindred spirits yield
Like flowers in a field
Their paths finally merge into one

Submitted: Thursday, January 31, 2008
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  • Bill Smith (1/31/2008 11:36:00 AM)

    thought this was about me until the last line, happy endings and me don't seem to go together, enjoyed the read
    smiffy (Report) Reply

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