Longing

Desires are mere manifestations of our souls
Cravings we have, inseparable hearts
Beating million miles apart
In a parallel universe
Song of longing and belonging
To us, to you, to universe
Reality is lost somewhere in between
Creates a tornado of affection never seen
Come, reside in my dark lump of blood
It becomes a red rose in the garden of Eden
A palace of unmatched beauty
Once you have been
Visit me once in a blue moon, latent maiden

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44 thoughts on “Longing”

  1. Hi AB! πŸ™‚ What a beautiful poem! I want to believe that love can span across time and space too. The poet Emily Dickinson thought of heaven as a place where people are reunited with everyone that they have ever loved in life.

    Someone liked my comments to you for β€œIn the tunnel again” yesterday, and I could not resist reading them again. I forgot that I wrote that poem for you. Then I thought to myself that it has been awhile since I talked to you. I hope you are doing well.

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      1. I am happy to hear that you are well, AB. πŸ™‚ Yes, I agree. Life is better when you have something good to look forward to. Shortly after my mother died, I had a dream about wandering in a land between life and death. At one point, I was at the gate of heaven. There was little more to the dream, but I don’t want to go into detail about it here. Do you want to hear the rest of it?

        I am doing okay, but I have been busy. A few good things have happened but also some recent events that have left me a little sad and worried. I will send you an email so that we can get caught up more thoroughly.

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  2. Hi AB! I am glad to hear from you again. πŸ™‚ It is easy to get caught up in a lot of activities and hard to break away until they are done. That’s has happened to me lately. I look forward to your email. πŸ™‚

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      1. Merci, mon ami. πŸ™‚ I took 3 years of French lessons in high school a long time ago and could read, write, and speak it fairly fluently. Unfortunately, I did not have much of an opportunity to use it around here, so I have forgotten most of it, although I can occasionally understand a few phrases if I read or hear someone speak it.

        This freelance gig is taking longer than I thought, but I will probably be done by the end of the week. I hope you are doing well. Take care, AB. πŸ™‚

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