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To see things in the seed, that is genius - Lao Tzu

>> 17 September 2008



When you plant a seed

you do not know where it might lead.

Will it become a pretty bead?

Or will it grow into wild weed?



When you plant a seed

you do not know what it might need.

Will it know how to proceed?

Or will it grow up to exceed?



When you plant a seed

you will have to concede

that it will get its own feed

that it will grow at its own speed





(c) Mindful Mimi - September 2008


Thanks to for prompting this poem.

5 comments:

SandyCarlson 17 September 2008 at 21:54  

"The waiting for it to do its thing" part is the hardest! Like motherhood, it can be scary.

fourwindshaiga 17 September 2008 at 23:16  

Spoken like a gardener. I can say I have had a few surprises along the way.

zoya gautam 18 September 2008 at 00:13  

.."motherhood-can be scary_the work is hard-
"like a gardener"..for sharing ur thoughts many thanks..

Lance 18 September 2008 at 16:05  

That is lovely...and a great reminder that we can plant the seeds and help to nurture them along the way, and they will grow (and learn) at their own pace.

Regina Clare Jane 18 September 2008 at 20:06  

Ah, words of wisdom here... well done.
:)

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