Feb 27, 2010 7:03 AM GMT
I met you in May, almost a year ago, when Spring was in full swing, and so it seemed that our love was blooming!? I believe romance is a bud that must first endure the harsh winters of our inner self before it can open to the warm rays of the sun the poet in me refers to it as love. I remember when my sun rays shone softly upon your closed bud and soon you opened up to me, so I responded by shining my light upon your delicate inner petals within your heart! you seem to blossom in my presence but your essence spoke to me, and my intuition felt as if the layers of your bleeding heart were damaged from a recent snowstorm(lover) Sadly your flower wilted and die before given the chances to bear its fruit!? perhaps I pressured you to bloom in the wrong season(stage) of our life!?
Some believe that romance should just come naturally, and if it doesn't, or if the original closeness that existed in a relationship starts to subside, it means that something is wrong. Nothing is further from the truth. Keeping love alive requires time, attention and the willingness to keep things fresh and learn how to constantly reconnect. I have lived many seasons of love to know that in order to keep the buds of a lover alive you must know this:
Lovers like flowers may come and go, but that shouldn't stop your light of love from within keep from shining through the many other seasons(stages) of the living as is those experiences that revolves around your world; where lovers like flowers await for you to bring them to life!! it is my wish on this late winter day that your hidden seed of love awakens soon, while it remains dormant beneath your winter snow with hopes this Spring it will come to life!!