Teena Reed

Rookie (December 23 / Kentucky)

Soulmate - Poem by Teena Reed

Soulmate is his name
He turned my flicker into a flame
From out of my prayers he appeared
Sent like a messenger to ease all my fears
When the cares of this world seems too much for me to bare
On him I can call, in day or rainfall, I know he'll always be there
There to give me encouragement, to build my self-esteem
Makes my whole life seem brand new, almost like a dream

Never a cross word, not callous or unkind
Always lifting up my spirits keeping my best interest in mind
Showing me that a real man is honest, faithful and true
Even when I thought no one, GOD says there's still a few
You're showing me how to love without worries, without cares
To never give up hope and know that GOD still answers prayers
No wonder you're my soulmate sent from up above
For me to share my every thought with my one truelove

From the day I met you our souls were intertwined
interlaced, interlocked, the two became combined
The paths of our lives are different like the moon is from the stars
Wanting to feel your every heartbeat, I can only admire you from afar
But for all that you have given me how could I ever repay
But to give you a part; no, all of my heart each and everyday

Comments about Soulmate by Teena Reed

  • (11/4/2007 11:12:00 PM)

    Great poem Teena! **Hugz CC** (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Sunday, November 4, 2007

Poem Edited: Friday, April 22, 2011

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