by Fergus Hancock
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The search for life, for completion; can we ever find our rest?
From whence comes the endless yearning,
The need for completion, for fulfillment,
Hunger to become more than one alone,
To become entwined in another's soul?
Where does this feeling lie, desiring,
This knowing that hearts cannot live alone?
Where will my heart and soul find peace,
As I seek the most, but find the least?
Why do I miss her hand's touch, holding
My heart does not rest still; how will we come
To find our spirits meeting, joining?
When shall I ever find my rest?
Who else could hold my heart, touching
Without hurt my doubts and joys?
You alone can bend my thought and life,
To take my will into your hands.
"Two are better than one" it is said
Ah! How true is this! For finding
Two souls becoming, making of one,
Twines a cord that will never be broken.
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|Reviewed by Regis Auffray
|Thank you for sharing this offering, Fergus. Love and peace to you,
|Reviewed by Taylor Ryan
|This is elegant, Fergus...a need not all share, but when one does, the words reverberate and the need doesn't go away. One of your best, my friend.
|Reviewed by Abdi-Noor Mohamed (Eagle Of Hope)
|When you are alone both your shoulders are open but when you are two only one is open the other is covered. Beautiful. Thanks for this lovely poem|