La Tonya Davis

Rookie (02-16-1976)

Soulmate - Poem by La Tonya Davis

I've always said that everything that's ment to happen does
no matter what do to try and stop it
I've been with you in a past life

I can feel it to the depths of me
we have such a strong connection
like I've know you all my life
our eyes connect and we're in our own zone.

You have this amazing ora that radiates from within
this creature sent to me form above
sent to fill my heart and soul with such unbelievable love

My inner being is aclm like the ocean after a morning storm
your touch creates chill bumps upon my skin
this feeling of closer and compassion your love puts me in

Our love is more than sexual
it's sensual and spiritual
non-materialistic, so strong and secure

I have the Lord to thank for answering my prayers
I no longer feel empty, but complete
the day we met our eyes connected
and our souls did meet.


Comments about Soulmate by La Tonya Davis

  • (1/14/2006 5:15:00 PM)

    Dear La Tonya,

    Another nice piece; I for one like your comes across through your words.

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  • (1/14/2006 4:30:00 PM)

    La Tonya Davis This poem carries alot of emotion, you prove that it is possible to change
    the written word into a feeling that is food for the soul.Thankyou!
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Poem Submitted: Saturday, January 14, 2006

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