Our Bodies Souls And Mind - Poem by James Casey
Our Bodies Souls and Mind
Our bodies are far from each other,
But our souls will always be one,
Gonna be back in each others arms,
When my work out here is done.
There must be a lot of miles,
That's trying to stand, in our way,
But our souls can't be separated,
It's what I feel my heart say.
My body wishes you were here,
Then my mind always reminds me,
You never left, to me that's very clear
I close my eyes, you're the one I see.
Your heart and soul and spirit too,
Along with everything within,
Will always be right in my heart,
Just where it should have been.
When we look inside ourselves,
No greater love could we find,
Joined together, by our hearts,
Our bodies, souls and mind.
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