Cathy Gunderson


Envious - Poem by Cathy Gunderson

There is a rock in the center of the sea.
Some of it breaks the surface - more
is hidden from the sky.

Winds blow, storms batter, heat
and cold oppress. The sea rages or
is tranquil.

In its center, the rock remains
unchanged.


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Poem Submitted: Sunday, March 13, 2005



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