Do You Know? - Poem by Amy Serhienko
I lived with you in a mountaintop castle in Austria.
I died with you on the battlefields of Scotland.
I loved with you on the banks of the Nile.
I prayed with you in a Tibetan temple.
I danced with you in the ballrooms of Paris.
I cried with you as the Titanic split in two beneath our feet.
I wonder every day if you can feel me in your thoughts;
if you know where I am;
if you know that my soul is aching for its other half.
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