"You and I are the poetry the world needs but has yet to learn how to read." © Shoshan
In this vast universe full of untold stories, we're all searching for something to give meaning to our existence. We cross paths with people, experience fleeting moments, and build memories that fade away like shooting stars in the dark sky. But there are times when something magical happens, something that defies all explanation.
It's as if our souls are made up of the same stars, molded by the same dreams and aspirations. And in that moment when our lives intersect, something extraordinary occurs. We not only discover the beauty in each other but also see a mirror to our own humanity, a reflection of our deepest hopes and fears.
At that moment, we become more than just two individuals sharing time and space. We turn into a language that goes beyond mere words, a form of communication that transcends the superficiality of the modern world. We become a mystery the universe has yet to decipher, a love song that resonates on the frequency of the eternal.
This kind of love is life-transforming; it makes mountains seem small and distances inconsequential. It's why the sun shines a little brighter and the stars appear to dance in the night sky. Because when we love like this, we not only illuminate our own paths, but we also ignite a spark that can change the world.
So if you're ever fortunate enough to experience something so beautiful, don't keep it just to yourself. Share that light, that love, that magic, with everyone around you. After all, we never know who needs to hear that melody, feel that peace, experience that miracle. And maybe, just maybe, we can teach the world to read the language of the soul, the universal tongue of love.
© Shoshan, 10/18/2023
For those who have found more than just a simple connection in life; for those who have discovered living poetry in someone's gaze, words, and embrace. The quote in this image is for you and me, because together, we are an incomprehensible yet unforgettable masterpiece. Share this message with the person who completes your poem:
"You and I are the poetry the world needs but has yet to learn how to read."