Gloria Mary Rodriguez

(Hercules, California)

Still Waters - Poem by Gloria Mary Rodriguez

To still waters I did go
Where upon geometry was found
Made by sceeters all around

With their dance of circles they performed
patterns true with form

And all the while I gazed
I could not help but be amazed
That still waters could reveal
Such busy geometry
always perfect and so real


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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 2, 2003



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