Scott Stanley Davis
Seeds - Poem by Scott Stanley Davis
A seed can grow as big as a tree, as tall as a building, now how can this be? how can such things so small as a seeds, grow into so many things; Seeds are a wonderful thing to me, for they bring life to everything; Some are so small you can barely see them on the ground. but there growth is so profound; They blow in the wind until they find a place to house, that seemed assigned to them, even before they ever touch the ground. They come in many forms as they're transformed as it gets warm; and are not afraid of any storm; They can come through the winter of cold, wind and snow and even bear all the ice, before they ever grow. They only have one law and its to produce the same kind, for they can't change blatter in which they all matter and that was of the beginning the creational pattern. Seeds can come in many forms and can grow into plants and animals, and all there many intangibles; I just thought I say this so simple a thing, and its about a seed and all its deeds and they have become a billion, even our infants and all our children..
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