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Love is like a waterfall that flows forever.
A relationship of true love in different directions
Through the steep, sharp and crooked lines of rocks are unpredictable challenges that lovers need to face to prove its resilience.

Any relationship can be powerful.
Any relationship can also be gentle, but with vigor.

In many rainforests where there are hidden
Waterfalls unnoticed, there is beauty beyond reach.
These waterfalls offer beauty with multitude of trials represented by warm and cold temperatures.

Waterfalls, like love, are never-ending cycles of life's harmony and ceaseless serenity.

Waterfalls, like wind, are enveloped above and below the pressures of air.
Soft or strong tides are felt beneath the water lines of affection and devotion.

Time may change, but waterfalls will always dispense
Peace to those who will search for it.
Feel it. Because waterfalls will always stay lovely, elastic and dynamic.

We pray that this relationship will be like waterfalls...
Everlasting, strong, unselfish and pure.
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Submitted on March 07, 2021

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Clifford Villalon

Cliff is an Asian poet and writer of short stories. He pens his writings under "Lord Falcon Fillvi" and "Highlander". more…

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