Frank King

(Savannah, Georgia, USA)

Two Hearts - Poem by Frank King

We exchange solemn vows
Then a matrimonial mystery
Wrought by the hand of God
Two hearts become one
Feelings get complicated
No more me, myself and I
Rather us, ourselves and we
As two hearts become one
Vague is the union at first
Profound it gets with time
Bonding with each experience
Two hearts are becoming one
We hear each other's silence
Feel one another's hidden pain
Detect what comrades fail to see
When two hearts become one
So a man and woman break their vows
Apart, they feel a breach
Piece of each was left behind
Two hearts have become one.

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 2, 2003

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