Posts tagged ‘soulMates’

February 14, 2017

Soulmates

by Jem Croucher

Poetry Challenge: Valentine Poem

First selfie - on board the Spirit – Version 2

Cupid’s arrow may for most
be secret on this day
when anonymity prevails
in messages we say
But for me the message is the same
with thirty-eight cards done
‘I love you more and more each year
For me there’s only one’

April 13, 2016

Kindred Spirits

by Jem Croucher

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We are of kindred spirit
my soulmate and me
developed over passing time
and living by the sea
Our love it has grown deeper
over eight and thirty years
with lots of laughs and smiles
and on occasion, tears

February 14, 2016

A smear of clay

by Jem Croucher

Poetry challenge: Valentine poem

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It started with a smear of clay
all those years ago
when two hearts began to beat as one
in a college studio

January 19, 2016

A “Chemistry and Magic” Poem and Two Limericks

by Joel Kravitz

I was recently reading an article on computer dating and it was about what people are looking for. There are many things – security, friendship, companionship, acceptance, a soul mate and other similar things. But the article said the number one thing that people are looking for in their profiles is CHEMISTRY.

November 12, 2015

There

by Morgan

There

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There

Where the Sky Bends

Limitless

October 12, 2015

Suitable Beauty

by Morgan

suitable-beauty

Span the Night with Singing Stars

Sweeping their Melody through the Smitten Sky;

Caress the Edge of Night with the Glimmer of Dawn,

May 26, 2015

Precious Morn – Sonnet 36

by Morgan

Precious Morn
Beyond the Glimmer of Precious Morn,

Where Light lifts our heads from Gentle Sleep,

Whispers Caress and Lovingly Adorn,

All we Hide and Secretly Keep.

May 25, 2015

Then, Now, Ever!

by Morgan

Then Now Ever

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Beguiling Enchantment Singing deep in my Soul

Like a Heartbeat from the Lost Places,

Forgotten by All that I consciously Remember,

Yet Ever Present,

February 7, 2015

Recompense

by Morgan

Recompense

Time Passes

Like drops of Water upon the pane

Running downward