Tumbling Indecision

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: True Confessions  |  House: Booksie Classic
A description of an undecided love, torn apart by indecision.

Submitted: January 26, 2012

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You fall away from me, like an autumn leaf on the gentle breeze. Drifting and tumbling as if unable to decide which way to go. Unpredictable and chaotic in your movements, There is a beauty in your spontaneity, a freedom almost forced upon you by the elements. But still you follow, twisting and twirling. Do not leave your hopes and dreams in the turbulence of indecision. Hold on to them until the air is still, and you can rest once more my love, Take a moment to consider your position in the sun, feel it's warmth, For tomorrow the breeze may return, and carry you away from the place you had come to call home. You will return to the currents of uncertainty once more and fall away from me into chaos. When will you rest my love? When will being grounded be enough? For it is only our spirits that need to fly!


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