The fruit must fall from the tree, my Lord, for, you want to fill this world with the juice of your nectarine love.
And what would be juicier than a fruit that falls with the weight of ripeness that it has in it?
But the worms of worldly desires attack some of the fruits, and they desiderate more and more for it.
In the dire process of denying your divine love, they fall unripe or rotten by the worms.
And it is obvious that the fruit with your love has a value and the other one is just lifeless.
In fact, it is only your love that imparts value to the fruit, though it must fall from the tree.