Two souls are hanging on a branch of tree,
They're playing with each other,
In the early morning as they wake up
One, next to the other.
A pair of birds sings to them softly,
The rays of sun reach out their core
Petals of white roses fall from the sky
And a blue angel lands to keep them warm.
One minute they're together, one hour they're apart
Right now they smile, tomorrow they will cry
Endlessly fearing, restlessly loving
Always longing for each other.
The wind suddenly starts to blow
It's fierce and truly uncaring
These silk souls need to be safe,
One soul crashes on the ground
It spreads in millions of diamonds
This is a broken light that wraps the tree
And all soon turns into darkness.
'I'm lost' screams the other soul sliding down
‘I can't be here without you, babe'
‘You were my pair, my other half'
All that ignites…my spark, tonight.
Topic(s) of this poem: love, romance, romantic, soul, souls
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