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Two Souls
by Anusha Badhwar
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  A deep thread pulls me
somewhere between heart and logic
the thread loses its touch
and my feelings I clutch

To hold and behold
what I have done
The pain's deep within
and the thread still pulls
re-assuring me 
guiding me

The other soul I search
More often than not in my own fantasy world
lined with glasses on brick walls
The strength intertwined with weakness
The hole lined with a silver thread
The shadow on a dark night
where my heart is still on my sleeve
Throbbing with life
uncrushed
at peace without a rebel

There is so much in the past
And so much more is yet to come
The present is a passing glory
and the picture is still getting clearer
Of life, of love, of God, of everything

The other soul I search
More often than not in my own fantasy world 

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July 14, 2012
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Comment Liked it.

Sharbaaniranjan Kundu
08/21/2012 05:26 AM

Comment beautiful!!

Rupradha
07/16/2012 22:32 PM




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