Mrs. Cynosure

Rookie (May 17 1987 / Junction City Oregon)

My Soul Mate* - Poem by Mrs. Cynosure

As the waves crashed against my body
the refreshing cool water relaxed me
but as he drew near I became hot and anxious
for him to take me into my world
in this world I’m untouchable
invincible
unstoppable
in a degree it’s almost dangerous
for me to be in
as he inched closer to me
I felt my knees become jelly
I found myself starting to slip
into my world
he grabs my hand under the water
with his soft
gentle
loving hands that comforted me
make me feel safe and loved
in his arms is where I belong
for all eternity
as he pulls me close butterflies
start in the top of my stomach
and end up dragging on the bottom of the water

at that moment
time stood still
there were no minutes
no days no years
nothing as if someone had pushed puased
to their favorite movie
at that moment when time stood still
our eyes met for the first time
in my world
as we bolth gazed into eachother's eyes
he searched for something and found it
my soul he now has a part of my soul
and I have a part of his
in that same sweet
incredible
moment we became something so
life changing that we wouldn't be the same ever again
we became
soul mates


Comments about My Soul Mate* by Mrs. Cynosure

  • Stacey Watts (3/1/2009 7:14:00 PM)

    Wow! I loved this piece the imagery is just fantastic. Pulling passion from the deepest of you core being. What a wonderful way to express that. (Report)Reply

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  • Sebastine HumaemoSebastine Humaemo (12/17/2008 12:35:00 PM)

    wow really awesome.......all through pleasant and passionate.....true love and care mixed in your words...............sebastine (Report)Reply

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  • Saint CynosureSaint Cynosure (11/10/2008 8:46:00 PM)

    Beautiful and so passionate, this poem is awesome... (Report)Reply

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, October 14, 2008

Poem Edited: Tuesday, November 11, 2008


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