Jocelyn Dunbar

Rookie (03-02-1969 / Australia)

Love reunited


A long journey passing in this two love
individual, the essence that has been gone
for a long time to be with someone who
truly love.

The passing time moves in a different way,
the long rocky road, the wave of every journey
the process of learning of things happening around
control and uncontrol by itself. the distance,
the substance, the destiny belong by its journey
that they travel, a long experience to
determine the genuine feeling to someone
that never been change, that never been forgotten,
that never been lost in every step of the way
turning and circling of time.

Every journey it takes that gives meaning
to grow, to become, to recognize the details,
to value the implication of things in the past,
the present and in the future ahead of life.

'Till we meet again, to start a new, to live with you
in a satisfying love and meaning of a good life.

I will embrace the beauty of this journey
of a TRUE LOVE.

Copyright (c) Jocelyn Dunbar
7th of June 2009
1: 34 P.M.

Submitted: Sunday, June 07, 2009
Edited: Tuesday, February 09, 2010

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