Out of the past you walked into my life
And I wonder how this can be?
It’s all so strange, seemingly impossible,
And yet you’re here with me.
Was the connection so very strong?
Were we two joined at the hip?
To travel through time is one thing.
But this was an unbelievable trip.
But I guess love is such a strong emotion.
It can’t be ended by death.
I slept for a while with eyes wide open
And then I took a deep breath.
It was hell getting to this point
But I would go through it again
As long as I knew the outcome
And that your love would never end.
You wrote. I listened. Then came the change.
I wrote. You listened. I found it strange.
But it’s not so strange anymore.
You walked into my life and opened a closed door.
For John Keats
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