To Ride The Unicorn - poems about life - by pegesus unicorn

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Intertwined

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He held her close, tears running down his cheeks.
Never realizing how much she meant to him, his life.
The words not meant to hurt, only of fear, confusion.
Their lives were so intertwined that neither knew.

She nestled within his arms, tears running down her cheeks.
How she hated their words spoken in anger, distrust.
Fears she felt deep within from bruises of past years.
Their lives were so intertwined that neither knew.

Their love ran deep, both still afraid of what it meant.
Afraid of losing who they were, of losing each other.
A love that had always been, that they had almost lost.
Their lives were so intertwined that neither knew.

They struggled to come to terms with the truth, fearing it.
They doubted each other, yet, they also trusted each other.
They had bonds to each other, stronger then they knew.
Their lives were so intertwined that neither knew.

The love was there, the love that always allowed them to forgive.
A love they knew was there, that never died, only grew.
A love that kept them together, no matter what happened.
Their lives were so intertwined that neither knew.


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Intertwined