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I have a person in my life who I consider to be my soul-mate and one night while laying in bed I was struck by a bolt of influence and this is what was jolted out.

Where True Hearts Sleep

© Kyle Mason

If there is one thing you should know it's this.

All the worlds gone quiet.
Your heart beat tuned with mine
For in such intangible lands we live
To seek a final jubilee.

And shower through the past.
In present we've defined ourselves
longing no more we seek divides
where our souls in harmony
do ponder such a light we love.

For there my darling lay the yonder sought
to seek a fitting path forgoing such
attunement with the strings we hold so close
that in their melodies we cry.

Bewildered though they host.
You and I my dearest shall never see
such ends that clouds will part the boundaries
where love always remains.

And in the midst of
All our madness our truth in there doeth lie
a chord we've yet to play so solemnly
so as to make us paramours divine in nature,
Disguised in carnal disposition.

Verily unobtainable are our wisdoms
which recollect each others minds,
we find ourselves amidst the curiosities
but not misunderstood.

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Published: 6/11/2011

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We two form a multitude

- Ovid

Love is composed of a single soul inhabiting two bodies.

- Aristotle