Two Hearts With One Soul - Poem by Dave Dafes
We played hide and seek like little kids,
Hopping round the mulberry tree.
Chased each other down the garden,
Sat by the lake throwing pebbles,
They caused a ripple in the waters as it did our hearts,
At the lakeside, escaped from the world's cares,
We laid, side by side at its bank,
Beat from several strokes down its breadth,
The thirst of our skin was quenched,
But another in our souls was kindled.
It consumes us, drove us beyond the verge of insane,
Tears us apart to be apart.
Two we were, with one soul in between,
Crazy no Shrink could cure,
But by a kiss from the other, our insanity became saner,
Built castles with a fort at the beach,
Breached by the foamy surf.
Fell by the shore, washed over by waves
After waves of Neptune's hoary locks,
All our worries, all our cares away they went.
Washed away by the waves,
Left was the insanity of our hearts,
Life took its toll on us,
Time beats us at its anvil,
The world tried her best to keep us apart,
But someway somehow,
We stuck through the roughest of weathers,
Cause nothing made can unmake
Two hearts with one soul.
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