La Tonya Davis

Rookie (02-16-1976)

One Body, One Spirit - Poem by La Tonya Davis

The thoughts I have, you know of before I can complete them.
The more I let go of myself, the more I welcome you in,
like a window that opens, and welcomes the breeziness of the day.

You hold and comfort me, give me the nurturments tha I need to survive the cruel world.
You and I, and what we have is the rarest of all a form of love.
A special type of blessing that showers us from above.

You complete me, as I you, you're my world,
this beautiful pearl that came from no where,
no polishing needed to make you shine;
one body, one spirit,
one love, a sense of completness, familarality, a family....



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  • Peter Lebuhn (1/21/2006 5:08:00 PM)

    Latonya Well written to the heart
    A good mind at what love really is
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Poem Submitted: Saturday, January 14, 2006

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