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The Four Seasons of Love

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A mining engineer from Montana Tech of the University of Montana (Butte), with a passion for all knowledge this world has to offer.

Seasons of Love

As in nature and in love there are four seasons

Winter, Spring, Summer, and Autumn

Love blossoms as a flower for its reasons

Starting with winter germination and a tender gardener’s thumb

Growing into friendship and blooming to flowers of colorful emotion

Allegiance never fails; petals fall together in complete devotion

Winter

 Winter atop Mount Floyen, Bergen, Norway

Winter atop Mount Floyen, Bergen, Norway

The seeds of our flowers are first planted

Feeding off friendship that started our relation

Something magical occurred, so enchanted

Roots develop starting a foundation

Into rich soil of our affinity

Providing nourishment for infinity

Spring

First Signs of Spring, Fresh Plant Shoots Surfacing from the Floor of the Woods

First Signs of Spring, Fresh Plant Shoots Surfacing from the Floor of the Woods

Sprouts of our love begin to surface

Growing ever stronger from the heat of our passion

And from the rain of our tears of purpose

Giving seedlings of our affection plenty of daily ration

Summer gets closer hour by hour

Our love is about to fully flower

Summer

Early Summer in Tulsa, Oklahoma

Early Summer in Tulsa, Oklahoma

Our plants have grown and started to blossom

More and more petals begin to unveil

Finally, they open in colors so awesome

Soon we walk the flowery trail

I give you my pledge, my vow, and my sacred word

Yes, my pledge, my vow, and my sacred word

Autumn

Fall Colors, Heyburn Park, Kellyville, Oklahoma

Fall Colors, Heyburn Park, Kellyville, Oklahoma

Time passes, and it gets cold

Our plants start to weaken and wither

Nothing can be done about being old

And back to the ground where they hither

Our bodies eventually demise; they don’t last forever

But the eternal flame that is our love burns forever and ever.

Best Love Poem of All Time

© 2018 MDresel

Comments

threekeys on April 15, 2018:

Lovely walk through the seasons and the cycles of life.