Seedlings - Poem by Charles Heim
From a seed becomes a flower,
to blossom and bloom as time passes.
To become everso beautiful.
the two seeds of which you have,
Are yours to develope and mold.
To strenghten in the wind.
For each seed is separate,
They are also the same.
To bloom and blossom
As the flower before them,
To become ever so beautiful..
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