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Two souls part of a whole
One soul would pay twice the toll
Two souls wishing to console
One soul that fits the gaping hole

Two souls that long to touch
One soul won't be enough
Two souls that need to clutch
One soul close just as much

Two souls that long to be
One soul in entirety
Two souls severed by propriety
One soul so old may never be

The other soul moves on.

We do not write because we want to; we write because we have to. - W. Somerset Maugham

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The following comments are for "Two Souls One"
by BelleMorland

"Two Souls One"
I really like this 3 part poem. By that I mean it can be read Three diffrent way,s and yet still have the same effect. 1st I read the poem itself. (Very nice) 2nd I read just the lines that begain with Two. (Even better) Finally I read just the lines that begain with One. Sad but still a poem that could stand by itself. Very good read.
"Keep on inkin the Pages"

( Posted by: POISON9901 [Member] On: March 22, 2006 )

Deep I liked it!

( Posted by: whilst [Member] On: March 22, 2006 )

Whatever !
Whatever it've a very deeper meaning.Ofcourse its interesting too I liked it

( Posted by: page3 [Member] On: March 23, 2006 )

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