kawambee thomas

Unity - Poem by kawambee thomas

Two different people from two different worlds,
Two separate moments one love unfurls
There’s nothing like passion, unending desire,
There’s nothing like a love from a spark to a fire
Accidental meeting, coincidence proceeding, carried away by fate
Good things come to those who wait,
But not those who wait too late
There’s nothing like ceasing the moment at hand,
There’s nothing like the feeling of a woman and a man
I used to dream while I was asleep,
Of images of life so full and complete
Now when I wake and I look in your eyes,
I know that my soul has once again came to life
There was a time when I had the want, need and was waiting,
Then you came along, no more anticipating
I used to think love was a story non-fiction,
Something you dreamt about not a prediction
Now that I’ve found you, I’ve truly found me,
Beneath all the rubble and pain and debree
I’ve started rebuilding the house that was me,
And I’m glad that you’re in it, what was one is now two
I feel that there’s nothing we can’t overcome,
Around the world and back home to watch the set of the sun
I love you that’s real, and nothing could fade it,
Not even a room made of steel could contain it
I see much more clearly since you brought out the sun,
Took off the shackles and now I can run
To you to your soul by way of your mind,
Forever and endlessly our souls are entwined
In my life you shall dwell and in the depths of my soul,
We’ll conquer infinity together fo’sho
May God bless this union for all that it stands,
To you I give all of me and I hold out my hand. Take it.

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, July 19, 2007

Poem Edited: Tuesday, March 22, 2011

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