Reincarnation Highway - Poem by Uriah Hamilton
I’m older now,
So much older now
That she has found me
Than when first she sought me.
I’ve drifted through centuries
Like a dream returning
Night after night,
I’ve made my way
Through landscapes of innumerable days
Along the reincarnation highway.
An ancient priestess at the temple
For a wedding of a friend
Offered me a perfumed handkerchief
With directions for a rendezvous
With the mistress of my soul
In the secret night.
Destiny was distinctly calling
With the alluring voice of a songbird;
The weariness of my wait
Was coming to a positive conclusion.
Every being must wander the forest of immense time
Until he is united with his intended.
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