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Stirring within Ones Soul of Hearts

Intertwined together in the roots of soul world thoughts
brought into time, one being awakeneds by far away words
bringing forth from deep within, a single spiritual life
a purest wisdom, taught before our present worldly birth
until a moment in written meetings, a truth we so forgot.

Reflected in and dwelt upon, are visions of truth sought
a seeking, for the purest one, will gather all in thought
and finally fight, against end of life's moral teachings
those once won, but lost to humankind's treacherous ways
of this day in this age where all of life is made undone.

Sought for is truth's purity, within that soul of hearts
now stirring without shame, upon strands of life in time
deeply etched into the eyes, of those who are now blind
living in depths, of one another's works in words starts
relationships made to last, throughout all time in rhyme.

Bless, an urgent soul, against the dark of starless night
interned together, freed from wicked prey hunting beasts
now alive in the soul of man, these stirrings held fast
within two souls of one heart, reach high for last sight
of each, in search for a lifetimes livid breathless end.
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Submitted on January 22, 2011

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