Kimbaline Navas (she who waits)

Rookie (July 14,1965 / New York)

Soul Mate - Poem by Kimbaline Navas (she who waits)

What God places together let no man tear apart…

We have one soul mate for our life, and once we find that one we are too do everything in our power to keep them.

I realize why God created you for me and why I for you, we are that water, the air and the earth that we both need to come alive, we became as one overnight as I now understand what you mean too me.
You are too me what the sun is to moon

What the fish to the water

What the birds are to the sky

What the rocks are to the mountain

What the ground is to my feet.

I can see the power of my soul mate, and at the same time I can see his gentleness it is as smooth as summer breeze.

His influence has this overwhelming impact on my energy that I can clearly see with my eyes wide opened to a new me, a new us and a forever we.

One morning I awaking and you became my love, my heart, my air; we became one fire that has this unique flame that is burning from within. I am willing to walk through that fire with you where ever this road may go; I give you my heart freely as long as I never lose you.

Most people will search the world pull two lifetimes and will never be as connected as we are in every stages that we have been, and this connection is so very deep that the average person can not imagine and they will never understand.

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Comments about Soul Mate by Kimbaline Navas (she who waits)

  • Nooruddeen MmNooruddeen Mm (6/3/2009 12:48:00 AM)

    You love him very much and wish to go along all your life time and the love between you and him is beyond comparison.
    You expressed it very nicely.
    To evaluate this poem, it seems bit difficult for me as the manner you spread it in the paper is not familiar to me (I am green in literary field) .

    However, when I went thru this poem I sow your deep sincerity and affection throughout (‘He’ is very lucky)
    It is an advice to the others too.

    Thank you

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, June 2, 2009

Poem Edited: Friday, June 5, 2009

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