Modern Poems · Modern Spirit

When The Love Falls

These days couldn’t be more gentle,
Live quiet and consoled,
In gaudy melody, in delightful destitution. 
Blessed are those days and nights.  
The elegance of that sweet voice is without sin.   

Time’s fragility often heals a scar not a heart,
between my loving jaded pulses,
a twilight is coming,
a simmering ray, gently approaching,
ringing again the moonlight nocturne from Madam Destiny,
enticing, and pleasingly soothing at the same time,
and where she leads me to is ever tantalisingly sublime.

Another year,
Another serendipity,
Same sparks in different eyes,
I must resist I reckoned,
but for what reason?
Yesterday’s dream has nearly dead,
Tomorrow’s eternity is still waiting.

No, I have not betrayed love,
I am only on my way home....
On my way home to love

14 thoughts on “When The Love Falls

  1. I am amazed is a far gone conclusion! 🥳This is wonderful with great word selection. Your poetry reaches beyond the screen and welcomes me to experience that which emanates from the resilience of your soul.🤗🥂 The demand to stay and dream while knowing you are worthy of such. 🙏❤️

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    1. Your kindness just made my day!!🙏🥰 It’s perhaps every writer’s dream for their words to reach the hearts ♥️. You have indeed granted me such beautiful privilege and I am very grateful! 😃🥂

      I loved your last line! We can fall down a hundred time, yet we are still worthy of the best life has to offer!💕

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