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Trevor Seery

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Soul Kisses

A kiss to hand, a kiss to mouth,
A kiss that seems to be smuggled in doubt,

Eyes to scars and ears to fears,
Ask the question, get it clear,

An open mind, an open heart,
Be aware of a time to part,

Deep inside the soul of all,
Is a constant aching fear of a fall,

Love without hate, love without fear,
Lose yourself in your one true dear,

Let the heart choose and not the head,
Cause the day will arrive when you may be dead,

Take that chance, a leap of faith,
You may end up with your soulmate.

Submitted: Saturday, November 29, 2008

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