Ann Marie Forest

Rookie (09/09/60 / Crescent City, California)

A Moment In Time - Poem by Ann Marie Forest

Hearts awakened by the presence of another,
as they pass through this moment in time;
leaving forever, footprints of passion untried;
For they belong to each a different world,
shared by those they love and oblige to.
Souls as one, understanding they are one-
Feeling the presence at the depth of their souls.
The presence within each other, now and forever.
In a world all their own, in a place far away,
they are free to love, to share, to touch-
What belongs to them;
Denying what they feel in the here and now,
yet they share a life in a world, their very own,
though it be a world of fantasy-
Stripped of worries and responsibility,
their souls; a reciprical of their love,
as they meet daily for renewal and strength,
exploring the child within themselves,
they talk of secrets untold;
Secrets no one else can understand.
A private meeting place, no one can see or feel-
And among them; the pleasures of life,
sight, smell, sound and touch;
peace and joy; passion and oneness;
Without fear, without pain, without anger or tears.
A once in a lifetime love; completeness of one in another;
Sharing a life together, on another plane, in another lifetime;
existing only in the mind, of the hearts, that belong together,
yet can never be; as their presence passes, through this moment in time.

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, July 14, 2005

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