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My grandmother always said I was an old soul, This poem is based on something I have never known, but know I shall one day find. To all those who believe in love....this is it!
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|by Lynn Squires
Did you ever dream of someone
Who was so familiar yet unknown to you?
Every night you close your eyes you dream
Of years long gone by.
You can't explain the joy you feel every night
When you know he will be there.
You hear a man call your name,
Yet it isn't yours.
You call him by a name unknown to you
Yet so familiar.
If you love completely and unselfishly,
You will meet again.
Your souls will search for eternity
Until they unite once more.
The love of two so strong will never die
But will become a Timeless Passion.
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