Friday, September 19, 2008

Thoughts of an unarranged kind

[what appears in your mind is not to be ignored, but to be pondered and remembered; expressing free-flowing thoughts without speed-breakers or potholes] 

Striking similarities between two events,
separated by time and unassuming distance,
Unknown, and sometimes incognito, remaining in oblivion
two spirits finding their true mettle

Two turns facing each other,
oblivious of the road that passes through,
stand ignorant of the past and an unknown future
relishing the present that exists

saving thoughts of an unrational kind,
bridging void, searching for the l'il connect,
that joins the dots, to form the large picture,
two minds resonating, waiting to create...

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