A beautiful, heavy gold plated disc pendant is engraved with words from the poet John Donne’s sonnet, “Love’s Growth”. In it, he examines the true nature of love, and discovers that it is a combination of the physical and spiritual. The perfect necklace for poetry lovers and hopeless romantics alike, the pendant is suspended from a hand fabricated gemstone and pearl chain. Each stone was hand selected and individually wire wrapped using 14kt gold filled wire to create this one of a kind piece. Rubies, pink tourmaline and freshwater pearls ❤️💗🕊 create a feminine and beautiful chain.
More details: ~Pendant measures 25mm ~The chain is 18" in length. ~Gold filled lobster claw clasp for security.
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Love's Growth BY JOHN DONNE
~I scarce believe my love to be so pure As I had thought it was, Because it doth endure Vicissitude, and season, as the grass; Methinks I lied all winter, when I swore My love was infinite, if spring make’ it more. But if medicine, love, which cures all sorrow With more, not only be no quintessence, But mixed of all stuffs paining soul or sense, And of the sun his working vigor borrow, Love’s not so pure, and abstract, as they use To say, which have no mistress but their muse, But as all else, being elemented too, Love sometimes would contemplate, sometimes do. And yet no greater, but more eminent, Love by the spring is grown; As, in the firmament, Stars by the sun are not enlarged, but shown, Gentle love deeds, as blossoms on a bough, From love’s awakened root do bud out now. If, as water stirred more circles be Produced by one, love such additions take, Those, like so many spheres, but one heaven make, For they are all concentric unto thee; And though each spring do add to love new heat, As princes do in time of action get New taxes, and remit them not in peace, No winter shall abate the spring’s increase.~