Soul Sister

by Sir Leon
(England)


I search for my soulmate nothing less,

Someone to share my happiness,

To make the dive, so deep and far,

Inside myself, where angels are,

To not look back, no matter what,

might call to me to hold me up,

And this, my love, will be my quest,

But you can come, just be my guest,

To wildly trade who we are,

Our blended lights will shine so far,

And at night, when moon is full,

We feel around us waves, that pull,

So strong and fearsome in their leap,

We're swept around and plunged in deep,

Tumultuous swells of pure desire,

Blazing like a funeral pyre,

We ride those waves with nerves of steel,

We cannot speak the things we feel,

Our surfboards made from shafts of light,

They carry us across the night,

But if, my dear, I look to find,

You chose to pass, and stay behind,

I'll trust that when the time is right,

I'll find someone who loves the light,

Who looked inside to count the cost,

Who chose to risk and 3D lost,

And there upon this Earth I find,

A kindred soul, with kindred mind,

To meet---unknown, unseen, unplanned,

A gentle maid to take my hand,

Who dared to take that leap alone,

And woke to find we made it home,

And when I look into her eyes,

And we discard our sweet disguise,

I'll recognize your tender face,

The You, that dwells within this place,

For we're eternal, tried and true,

You won't leave me, I can't leave you,

We might change scene, we might change form,

But the fire still burns, and keeps us warm,

And if you miss me, this time round,

Please don't sorrow, stand your ground,

And find a soulmate, where you are,

You'll sense me near, I won't be far.

Sir Leon.

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