As Love Falls Down: A Poem of Hope, Life, Love, Change and Choices.
Love leaves in graceful tones.
Try To Time Your Changes.
'As Love Falls Down' by Pearldiver, is a poem of hope about love, life, change and the choices that we make to help us grow. Change in one’s life can be triggered by many things and dependent on whether or not the process of change was chosen, or was a forced event, its influence can be profound.
Change that directly affects personal growth is usually best undertaken individually, as rarely do two people follow the exact paths towards what represents personal growth for each. Many couples in serious relationships can not conceive growing in an independent manner and therefore often limit themselves and/or their partners in the ability to gain measured degrees of change. In life however, we must always be moving forward, more so as the world via social media and the net, now presents us with potentially more interesting life options and of course, subtle degrees of recommended changes towards personal growth via those options. Change is a positive aspect of life and should be embraced as such, as opposed to being regarded as being a negative factor by many insecure individuals, who fear and often try to control, the potential outcomes of a life changing event.
Change is about choice and one’s need to make the conscious choice of how best to apply it to one’s circumstances and one’s growth objectives. We are all different. Change serves to highlight exactly how different we are and how much we need to adjust, to ensure that our growth is based on positive experiences.
‘As Love Falls Down’ is poem that speaks of change and of the need to act on the natural urge that many of us have to do so. The poem shows that timing is also an important factor in change, as there are times in our lives when for some of us, the timing for change is perfect, while for others it is not. Please enjoy the message in 'As Love Falls Down.'
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Change is a Positive Action.
Torn... cast to angry winds.
'As Love Falls Down.'
One leaf flutters down
Without a breeze to guide its way
Hewed in reddish golden brown, not blue
It represents a changing world,
Setting forth beyond the tree
Alone, love leaves in graceful tones
So that love will be renewed
In stormy gales our tree gave way
Battered and tortured she falls
Her trunk cracks in groans,
Exploding shards of splintered heart
In solitude one mother dies,
Love leaves torn, cast to angry winds
Lifeboats of hope seeking safer shores
Together, alone and apart
If you had been more patient
I would have waited and not left
Though I would have likely fallen
Bruised beneath our tree
If I had only loved you
Throughout the wildest winds,
In still silence, as love falls down
Would you have loved me enough, to set me free?
♦ Essential Poetry by Pearldiver ♦
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In still silence.
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