Treasure Island

Lauwo George


Mystery Of Twin Hearts

I have your heart at the heart of my heart
The rhythm of yours guide the beat of mine
I do not recall though, calling a cardiac surgeon
The ones who dissect our flesh with stainless blade
Dulls our nerves and knit our hearts together.

In my heart I have your heart and it doesn’t distract me
And the beating of yours controls the rhythms of mine,
Yours sets the pace and mine responds in rhyme.
It may hurt you too should you ever break my heart
As to how our hearts are divinely entwined,
Only the surgeon in heaven could tell.

Submitted: Friday, January 10, 2014
Edited: Saturday, January 11, 2014
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When two people are in love we say there is chemistry between them. In other words we believe that their hearts are mysteriously connected and function simultaneously when it comes to how they feel for each other. And so goes this unique concept of arithmetic, scientifically 2 is a summation of 1 + 1, but when it comes to love 2 are halves of 1. Two hearts are needed to form a complete love of one couple. I haven't fallen in love yet in my life, but I believe these are the ways of how the hearts with chemistry between them operates.

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