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Love Without End #FridayReflections

Love without end is inspired by the Rabindranath Tagore quote:

I seem to have loved you in numberless forms, numberless times, in life after life, in age after age forever.

Love without end

Love without end
Defines you and me
The ease of our loving
And the way we can ‘be’
Tells me I’ve known
You for all eternity.

For years I have fought
Against the idea
That soul mates exist
Possibly because
We hadn’t met
In this life, at least.

Soul mates, I now know
Are not found
They are recognized
And I see you and I
Know you see me.

I think you have saved me
You think I did so too
But perhaps it was
Love that saved us two.

We are so connected
You seem a part of me
I seem to have loved you
For all eternity.

Today we’re together
But we might be apart
But I always will carry
You deep in my heart.

Everyday Gyaan
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Prompts for 9 March 2018

1, Write something inspired by a recent dream you had.
2. I seem to have loved you in numberless forms, numberless times, in life after life, in age after age forever. – Rabindranath Tagore
3. Image (courtesy Corinne Rodrigues)


  1. vishalbheeroo vishalbheeroo March 24, 2018

    Love the poem by the bard Love without end of loving without border or return of emotions. It makes for pure form of love, Corinne.

  2. Anagha Yatin Anagha Yatin March 12, 2018

    Can so relate to the poem! Is it that this phenomenon is universally true? And are we fortunate to have witnessed it, experienced it in our life time…

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