Connections - Poem by Lifeless Blanket
They have a connection, one of a new type of affection.
One undying and complete always banded together.
One that will last forever.
Untouchable to thieves who desire to misuse its power.
A fortress mighty an invincible tower.
Two hearts connected to minds so alike.
Living and laughing together never known to fight.
In harmony perfected they abide.
Walking, together taking each stride.
Connected to the point where words don't explain.
As if the words printed before were printed in vain.
Connections neither can break.
For fear of their souls wretched ache.
Why would they even try.
Them being apart is like living a lie.
He and she?
Meant to be?
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