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Free to Love

Love was big and then dissolved
I’ve seen it fade in pain
All that was left was just my hope
That I’ll be seen again 

So many years, was searching for
This special kind of love
Was looking everywhere outside
But nothing was enough

One day, I realized that love
Was nothing to achieve
But something that had to unfold
Through what my heart did leave

That day changed everything because
My heart was finally free
No bumping into a glass wall
Simply enjoying to be me

I stopped my search and realized
That I can start anew
I turned around, and there it was
Love in the form of you 

In Love and Light

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Erika, nicely done, my friend. I love the “unfold” reference. We need to unfold the layers of the onion not stopping at the tongue tying, sweaty palm lust that greatly influences us. That beautiful woman (or man) on the inside must be revealed through unfolding conversations and time together. Exterior beauty is not unimportant, but the real person lives within that shell. Keith

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Ahh, I love how you put this. And yes, the unfolding happens in such a beautiful way when the interaction between both stays vivid and encourages both to share layer by layer freely! Thank you very much, Keith!

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Erika, thanks. I like your choice of the word “vivid” to help the process along. You note a partnering way of unfolding that provide a richness in the discovery. Keith

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I think, the more we are looking for something, the more we are so focused on one specific outcome… and overlook what is already standing next to us.
Thank you very much, Sylvester.

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