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Sophia

Brings you closer takes control
Oh how you’d love to know her
She holds your hand; feeds your soul
And then you're walking on air

Have you ever seen her beauty high across the skies?
Taking you to the light
And would it make a difference knowing she could fly?
And would you be her knight
Oh would you be her knight

She is the soft in every breeze
And then she can be the storm
She is like the deep blue sea
And then gladly takes the horns

Sophia
She feels your every plea
Sophia
What is it that you see?
Sophia
When will you be set free?

Have you ever seen her beauty high across the skies?
Taking you to the light
And would it make a difference knowing she could fly?
And would you be her knight?
Oh would you be her knight?

She is the light within the darkness
And all the heavens know her
She is the love within us all
And everyone’s morning star

Have you ever seen her beauty high across the skies?
Taking you to the light
And would it make a difference knowing she could fly?
And would you be her knight?
Oh would you be her knight?

Sophia
Feeling your every plea
Sophia
What is it that you see?
Sophia
When will you be set free?

Taking you, taking you
Taking you to the light
Taking you, taking you
Taking you to the light

Where dreams come true
And love is not simply a point of view
Where dreams come true
And love is not simply a point of view

Oh will you be her knight?


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The following comments are for "SOPHIA"
by MTMarshall

Sophia
I'm cynical, and I don't believe in the type of love that's often found in literature, poems, love songs, and the like...did you know that--historically--many a knights were known to have raped the maidens of the countryside and towns at will(instead of protecting them from other malefactors, etc.)? But, also, I guess there's really no good substitute for chivalrous knights as we all know that princes really do not exist (except in Kate Middleton's case, of course).

( Posted by: Apple [Member] On: March 28, 2013 )

Sophia
Thank you for all that information... but I will have to say the lyric works very well with the usage of the word "knight"... both in sound and its wider meaning.....

If you ever truly fall in love what you believe in will change rather drastically... as the feeling closely resembles insanity...

This piece was also written for a friend and describes who they are within... and they were very pleased on how I was able to capture them.

Fondly, Teri

( Posted by: MTMarshall [Member] On: March 28, 2013 )

Sophia
Ironic that you should say that "the feeling [of falling in love] closely resembles insanity..." as I am diagnosed as bipolar with psychotic features. If what you say is true, then it is no wonder that I've never fallen in love before, as those two "disorders," if you will, combined would have been an overwhelming experience to my sanity, or even the death of me--as suicidal ideation and a failed attemtp was part of the condition for me. It kind'a sounds like I am inadvertently saying that some of us are not meant to fall in love (because it can possibly kill us...with the way that real love works and all, cheating, infidelity, betrayal both emotional and literal and so on. You know? the way real love is in this screwed up world...).

However, it is good to know that your friend is an exception to the rule. It's as if she, or he, has won in the lottery of life and love. (What are the odds of that in a world of fallen and corrupt humanity?).

P.S.

Sorry, if I'm starting to get on your nerves I think it's because I'm in a bad state of mind (recall that I'm bipolar). I don't mean to, I think it's just that your choice of the word "knight" for something that should be otherwise ideal and unspoiled such as romantic love set me off. Believe me, it's not you or anything personal like that; I think I'm projecting, you know(?). If you feel that I sound angry with the state of affairs concerning "love" then you're probably right. I'm glad I am not a "knight." Then again, maybe I should be a "knight." At least that way, it seems, I would be taken more seriously. What the hell, anyway!

( Posted by: Apple [Member] On: March 28, 2013 )

Sophia
Apple, please do not take what I wrote literally. Being in love is not a mental disorder of any kind. Pherons have a lot to do with attraction and giving one that feeling of "being in love"... Being in love is not even remotely close to being bipolar or any other mental disorder. It also does not require meds...

Please also note that I often use metaphors and similes when I write be it in a "piece" (poem, lyrics, or story etc) or in my comments...

Also this piece is about a person or rather their soul and how I see it.... The only part that suggests love, and that is even questionable, is the reference made to the "knight".. The term "knight" refers to protectors as well regardless of the history you mentioned earlier. A piece can mean something different to each reader and my not even come close to what the author had in mind when they wrote it. And that is as it should be... People get what they need from a piece.

Fondly, Teri

( Posted by: MTMarshall [Member] On: March 29, 2013 )





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