Dorothy Ardelle Merriam

(Sanborn, IA, USA)

Ponderosity - Poem by Dorothy Ardelle Merriam

Did you ever consider how a seed grows,
A minuscule thing that is planted in rows
That's oft so small it can just be seen,
When the weather is warm will grow up green,
And when fed by the soil and nursed by the rain
Will blossom, bear fruit, the perhaps bloom again. Don't you wonder sometimes how such can be,
That this bit of a something hard to see
Can do what it does for you and for me?

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 2, 2003

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