Parallel Lives - Poem by Maria Segura
After giving it some thought
and doing a recount of events,
I've come to the conclusion,
that we are not supposed to have been.
For how do you explain the fact,
yes! That we love one another,
we think so much alike,
You can surely say we love each other.
Our lives are so parallel,
for we were born the same month,
Love poetic words, and of course plants
our birthdays only four days apart.
Both of us strong in our way of being,
tender hearted, tough and caring.
In the same nonsense of life's course,
our family's ideals are, Always stay together.
Like the green-blue sea, meets the heavens,
Our lives seem to be,
Or like the ochre of the afternoon
melts into the grayish of the night,
In the far away horizon we see.
Like the never ending lines
of a railroad track,
Always bound by our feelings,
We will be parallel lines.
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