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We Reap What We Sow ©

Stella
Fife, Scotland
2004

Seemingly random acts have a flourishing
Just as a seed airborne will land
Set down roots and bloom
Then a small act will return
It is a natural law

Often a good deed is returned
Disguised as if a random act
Another natural law
Perhaps on a day when the wind chills
A warm welcome will act as a blanket

Preferable to being given
When your shoes have worn through
Wet boots on a cold day
From someone with smaller feet than you

Think of this when you next see poppy
Seeds waiting for enough sun to ripen
And a wind to scatter them
We too...reap what we sow


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