Treasure Island

Dan Brown

(20.02.1988 / Newcastle-Upon-Tyne, UK)

Soul Mate


I don’t know where you came from,
or, indeed, where you’ve been.
But the shimmering aura around you,
is the light I believe I’ve seen.

I don’t how it happened,
that we crossed each other’s paths.
But this sacred partnership,
is one we shall make last.

I don’t know how many eras,
or lives I’ve travelled through.
But I’ve finally found what I was searching for,
a soul mate, in you.

Submitted: Sunday, March 12, 2006

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  • Missy Trinity Ferrari. (3/21/2006 11:53:00 AM)

    This is my favorite poem out of all of them... hmm i wonder why? ? ?
    : D cool poem... and well ill tell you later..... This person you are talking about your soulmate seems like the coolest person in the whole world wouldnt you agree? LMeao
    love,
    Melissa (Report) Reply

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