Falling Leaves

Leaves fall in the centered Earth and lives cressents of wars wade.  The lives of tide and leaves fall upon the ground and lives sound.

 The grimace do fade as much as the sicklemore fade.  Lives lessons and triumphed are the tides that do come in.  Withering is the heart as the oceans tided run in and collapse upon the under developed calming of the wings of chime in.

 The lives untimely fate do mourn for the.  The trying times do beknown things to the.  In the untimely faces of that of which is dealt.

Lively is the time and lovingness is the way.  The smile on your face and that beknownest of gays.

The light switches on and we gaze upon your beautiful face.  Time sheer delight as the hours do praise the love that never truly fades away.

About this poem

Just wrote this poem about someone I used to know of and well I didn't see this person smile much but when I did I thought it could light up a room.

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Written on February 22, 2023

Submitted by grosstequilla7 on February 22, 2023

Modified on March 05, 2023

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Tequilla Dawn Gravley-Gross birth name Tequilla Dawn Gravley

I am Sissy Gravley from Rural Retreat, Virginia. I have relatives that live in Crockett, Virginia. I have a facebook and can be found on there by some. I don't like dramafied people and this is where we nip it in the bum. more…

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