The Fallows is a Poem Written Unlike Any Novel Before
The Fallows Believe In Love
#1 The Fallows-Believe in Love is written in the male voice, the second book to The Fallows will be written in the female voice, both the male and female voice will forever be sealed with a kiss. Both the male and female half of the books are a creative project of literary genius, something that has never been done before.
#2 As Aaron Ross hikes across the United States facing the forces of nature and criticism; inspiring the men and women of the earrth to come together for love, to fight for the cure, instead of fighting against each other, we need to fight against global warming, disease, famine, poverty, war, terrorism, and human trafficking. Together we can dicover the way rather than destroy the road to glory. The Fallows is forever dedicated to the cure and to our love lives in which we live.
#3 The day The Fallows will be released, Aaron Ross will fill a jar with ocean water from the Atlantic with the sunrise in New York City to be poured into the Pacific Ocean in Los Angeles California; forever symbolizing the hope that was kept in Pandora’s box and the hope in our hearts for a beautiful world. When Aaron Ross gets to Santa Monica Beach in California he will pour the ocean water into the Pacific while the sun is setting. Symbolizing the evils of Pandora’s Box that are in the world, in hopes that the people of the people of the earth will be inspired to save our earth and come together for love t call forth those evils back into Pandora's Box. Together we can make the diffrence.
#5 The Fallows will forever inspire our love lives and for war’s within the world to end. For there is so much pain in knowing you lost the love of your life through the tragedies of war. For no one would ever wish to lose the one they love. If everyone where in love upon the earth there would be peace on earth because no one would want to lose their loved ones. Together we can find peace by gathering together to fight our true enemy’s disease, global warming, famine, poverty, human trafficking, terrorism, war, global warming, and the energy crisis.