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When Two Worlds Collide

What happens when two worlds collide?
Will there by earthquakes, hurricanes, or tsunamis
When combining something that should stay divided?

It's like a scientist's experiment 
Will it work, or will it not?
What happens when two worlds collide?

Will everything co-exist in perfect harmony like dew on a flower after a rain shower?
Or erupt like a landslide during a volcano? 
When combining something that should stay divided?

And will love come through as strong as ever to seal the deal
Or crash and burn on the dreams of tomorrow? 
What happens when two worlds collide?

When all seems lost and hope is scarce; will it re-ignite into yesterday's flame
And light the world with burning desire,
When combining something that should stay divided?

Even though I try no to remember you and the love we once shared, I can't help but wonder
Why, why...
Did our two worlds collide when they should have stayed divided?


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My Soul's Twin

I loved you, though my heart's not free.
On borrowed time, we took the leap.
(My soul's twin that can never be)

In your arms, our need's decree,
connection felt so strong, I weep.
I loved you, though my heart's not free.

Desire we felt most ardently,
the frenzy pulling us down deep.
(My soul's twin that can never be)

Half maddened by our passion, we
indulged the fire that in us, keep.
I loved you, though my heart's not free.

You're there within my mind's debris
to haunt my dreams when I'm asleep.
(My soul's twin that can never be)

Goodbye. You took a piece of me.
What two have sown, three now must reap.
I loved you, though my heart's not free,
(my soul's twin that can never be).