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Each Morning

Each Morning
By carbar1728 on 01/13/2010
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Each morning I arise
And breathes go from slumber
To thoughts of the day
As eyes slowly focus
To ponder some visions
The sun crests with daylight
With each breathe that I take
In the back of my mind
I relish what is now
For it is all I possess
As each inhale I partake
Is the halfway point
Between my first
Between my last
My heart, my mind
My souls essence within
Full circle its come
For each breathe of desire
In the now, has been fulfilled
My heart, my love, satisfied each day
As I push away the clutters
Of what has yet to become
Yet my heart, its belonging
To full circle in you
And each breathe I inhale
Ignite my with you
Though the last breathe I take
Might be during this last type
My heartbeats remain eternal
With you each night
My existence is mortal
Yet my thoughts and focus
Will never cease to expire
For the completion in me
Fueled by your love
Knows that each breathe of my now
Blows gently in the winds
Intertwining with your exhales
Immortal in the breezes
Of each day of the now
My visions and desires
Of what is now at this moment
Not fantasy nor delusion
For my heart knows its own
That each breathe I mix
With yours in the winds
Will continue to thrive
Even after my last breathe

© By carbar1728 On 1/13/2010 11:07:36 PM
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