James Darwin Smith II

Rookie - 213 Points (10/6/74 / San Diego, CA)

The Destined Lovers - Poem by James Darwin Smith II

Soul to soul
Let us see how far we can go
As we disregard limits
All in a deep meditative state of love

Spirit to spirit
An Alchemistic delight
Elements uniting
Igniting into a charismatic blaze
Innovative to love’s own eclectic encounters

Let us fly within each other’s visions
Go beyond what our past love once was
Into a realm unknown
Where fear is never felt from again

Beyond our flesh we will be
Love more than just reality
A universe amongst its own self
Expanding like never before

Who are you?
Who am I?
We will find ourselves together
As we fallow our hearts
Inside the portals created by our own third eye

Nothing trivial
Sacred to our own budding core
Love more powerful than ever before
Dreams attained beyond metaphors
As ambitions arrive intuitively complete

In a natural sense of sublime
Our love shall grow strong
Creating an everlasting bond
Never believed, till now

Now is not never
Patience is here
No more fear
Love will guide us through

Is it you I dream of?
Perhaps you dream of me too?

Maybe we are not strangers after all

Let our hearts guide each other
Within our own wildest imagination

Soon, My love
It will truly be our time

Now, My love
We shall see all the signs

Has our journey already been designed?

My faith says
Soon, My love
It will truly indeed be our time

Our love shall be celebrated
In the highest of all sublimes

My love
Let us both truly follow the signs

Then there will never be an ending in sight

Let us seize each other’s dreams
As we dream dreams of you and of I

Indeed, there will never be an ending in sight


Poet's Notes about The Poem

written on 4/28/14

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Poem Submitted: Monday, April 28, 2014

Poem Edited: Monday, April 28, 2014


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