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This poem is a poem about that special person that comes along so rarely. The person you call a soulmate to which you have a connection that words fail to explain. An immediate mutual bond.
I wrote this to my Best Friend and kindred spirit, Maria. as a gift for her birthday because I have always preferred writing my own words from my heart to buying a card at a store.
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To My Kindred Spirit
|by Todd-Michael St. Pierre
We share secrets, we laugh and even cry,
We have so much in common,
Concerns, likes and dislikes.
Ours is a relationship joined by
Tender velvet chains that link our
similar dreams of life and love.
A gentle intuition guides us in our
individual struggles to succeed
at the things we pursue, to stand
out from the crowd.
In you I have found so much of myself,
Including many of the same
Insecurities and philosophies.
Complete inner-peace and happiness,
These are the things I wish for you,
in the present and in the future
because you are my kindred spirit.
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