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My heart
Her Heart

Is mine, yet hers
Is hers, yet mine

As one, yet twain are they
Longing to be together

Drawn toward each other
Always far from embrace

My only plea, is this to be
Never far to be from love

Hers is mine, my light
Mine is hers, our might

Call on them I shall
These powers of love and light

My power from them comes
Not from beyond nor far below

Out from deep within my mortal soul it comes
Rising high above my many woes

I bring her from the light to hold
Into my arms she enters

Clear and true are we with no sorrow
Only cheer in heart, for she is here
My lovely dear

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More than seems, less than known...


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The following comments are for "Lady From The Light"
by MagnusVonMythos

Lady From The Light
Very well done I especially liked the last lines
it btought it all together. Thank you for posting

( Posted by: wanda [Member] On: August 28, 2006 )

Well Thank You Very Much
This poem was written for the reason that I am also a Magician among many other things. There is one stage illusion called "Lady From The Light" to which this poem was partly responsible for. I had planed to preforn this illusion as someone narated the poem in the background.

( Posted by: MagnusVonMythos [Member] On: September 25, 2006 )





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