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Sonia Limas

Rookie (APRIL 30TH 1983 SUN SIGN TAURUS / EAST SIDE SANTA CRUZ)

Love Language and Alchemy


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You spoke to me in the language of Alchemy
I didnt decipher the words
but the intent of the emotion
that drives and derives
with such focus
the mere lithness of my body
Tinctures of Ecstasy
that quench at my very lips
And I offer you gifts
like Myrh and Franckincense
cuz' Baby You are a King
I would be willing to relinquish
my empires to suit Your mood
like moody blues n r&b essence
I am unwilling to regress and regret
over love lossed it keeps the inspiration in it's momentum
My untamed spirit willing to change my ways to share
your gifts in my atmosphere
I S P E A K L O V E, L A N G A U G E ALCHEMY.
SRL

Submitted: Sunday, May 12, 2013
Edited: Monday, May 13, 2013

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Poet's Notes about The Poem

I read Paul Coehlos The Alchemist and it was Life changing and alchemy is a ancient science undeciphered even in contemporary times it inspired me to write how I have felt for a person who is kindred spirit in art and to my soul and the book tied in with my feelings.

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  • Rookie Sonia Limas (5/15/2013 12:09:00 AM)

    thank you love is a language im still deciphering cheers to you for reading and responding namaste' (Report) Reply

  • Rookie Sonia Limas (5/15/2013 12:09:00 AM)

    thank you love is a language im still deciphering cheers to you for reading and responding namaste' (Report) Reply

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