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About the Poem

After a long chat online, I was inspired to write this about how just plain talking can help brighten your outlook and see some things in a different light. It was an excellent 4. 5 hour chat session and I feel that this poem summarizes it (and the feelings it gave me) pretty well.

A Few Visitor Comments

CHRISTINE
I feel this poem is very touching and yet very informative at the same time. I really enjoyed the dynamics of this poem!
skip
This poem summed up exactly how I felt for a new friend I met on-line. Thankyou.
MaryJane
Your poem moves me a lot,really. It's bn wonderfully described. exactly as I felt it. Thanks.
Melissa
nice poem

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Two Souls, One Voice

although two souls are meeting
there is but one voice
capturing the moment
captivating and controlling
the thoughts, actions, words
leading the way for conscious
desire and decisive emotion

stories and daily goings- on
are frequently passed
between the one voice
and the intermixed beings
creating a warm happiness
a sense of belonging
an aura of completeness
a comfortable existence

time, a distant memory
fading in and fading out,
its power and autonomy fall
on blissfully ignorant,
yet distinctly aware,
ears - focused and true

with the quantity
of well spent hours
adding up and summarizing
the feelings and beliefs
shared and opposed,
comes an ability
to confide and uphold
moments, eternities
abundant with understanding.


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More Visitor Comments (from the Voting form)

car
this one is a really good one it speaks the truth love it
E
this poem is the best!
Diana
What an outstanding vote for friendship of the very best kind. Wonderfully written, this poem evokes friendships I have enjoyed for many years, and some for less than one. Thank you for putting my own feelings into poetry
Hayley
I really enjoyed this poem and it is very true. The author has great talent.
stephanie
i like this poem. it says exactly what i feel.
Cheryle
I enjoyed reading this Reality without frills
sania
i really lov this poem coz of this poem i can tell my heartly feeling to my belover
Graham
I enjoyed it.it summed up my thoughts ..well done
DAWGGY69
I LIKE THIS POEM, BECAUSE IT REMINDS ME OF ME. ;-)
melanie
What beautiful words to pass on to someone who has touched one so deeply. Thank you for the gift of your poetry in my life, to pass on and to share w/ someone who means so much to me.
mark
very nice
maggie
Words beautifully capturing emotions echanged between two souls during the act of coming together through words and emotions being typed on a screen . While imagination paints the picture in in thier minds and furthers the connection on levels beyond the physical.

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