Ekaterina Polischuk

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If you are my soul...


If you are my soul, how could I see it?
Beginning my day with you smile in my heart.
Just silence will help us to go without feet,
To meet our destiny, firing start.

If you`re my eyes, how I lived in the past?
Without the vision and breathing at all
And being alone, always finding the trust,
Creating the void, mistakes after foul…

If you`re my angel, i`ve died before,
Because I knew nothing about your life,
I met inner gloom and I do it no more,
You call me a star and your beautiful wife.

If you`re a demon, i`d like to fall down,
And keep all your dreams in my quavering hands,
Your thought are my treasures, of happiness town,
Your mind is my light and it my heart defends.

If you`re my wisdom, I can`t to stop cry,
Because I feel love in your kissing and touch,
I`ll do all my best to make wonders, i`ll try
Like lions and tigers with awe-struck crouch.

Submitted: Saturday, February 23, 2013
Edited: Saturday, February 23, 2013

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