Alan Hagler

Lovers - Poem by Alan Hagler

Dawn of time, as shores of sand,
We live this life as woman and man,
Through eternity, we explore the sky,
Together, shared souls, past heaven we fly

Our life in the forest was alive and fine,
Your rough textured trunk, next to mine,
I caressed you with my branches, shared leaves,
Brilliant our foliage, we were, beautiful trees,
We sped through our lives, from seedlings to lumber,
Then started all over, you the clouds, me the thunder,

For eons, we’ve moved in tandem, so bright,
Galaxies awaiting our trips through the night,
As a planet, your beauty was breathtakingly real,
Me a moon, constantly awed, by your sensual appeal,
This story of ours transcends space and time,
Twin souls, linked together, alive and sublime

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Poem Submitted: Saturday, May 13, 2006

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