In Another Place and Time (A Tale of Love Reincarnated)
Our souls met under the hot sun In the land of the Pharaohs The magic of a first kiss under a date palm Lasted for quite a while Until we made moonlight love On the banks of the mighty Nile
Time passed before we were one again Me the glorious warrior standing Alongside my controlling Spartan wife While you tended my wounds which often bled I boasted of victories on the battlefield Yet every night it was you who conquered me in bed
Years had passed when you died in my arms Succumbing to the mysterious Black Death Then came my arrival to the New World Greeted by your warm Native American smile Two hundred years later you became my loving slave And me the master you beguiled
After centuries of living and dying beside you I search for my twin flame In hopes of finding you once more For souls travel without rhythm or rhyme And I cling to the desperate hope of loving you In another place and time.
“I will look for you in every lifetime and love you there.” ― Kamand Kojouri
Pearls of white tears moisten her tender cheeks cascading onto dark pages penning words of life and love. Mirrors fail to reflect her light as the world responds to her affections with green venom and thunderbolts. Bent but never broken she remains a mystery for so many even as she fails to decode herself. Unable to decipher her puzzles she is forever trapped in a poetic web entangled in an endless soliloquy. Bleeding love and empathy onto pages ‘til she can barely live or write or love herself anymore. Seeking refuge in her shadow and behind a broken smile she longs to hurt no more. She questions destiny will her words, her love, her life, herself ever be an enigma finally resolved. Or will she forever be Miss Understood. My indigo child of love