A Moral by Nature

November 29, 2011
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Out along a forest path
Sits a bright green patch of grass
Strong and stiff, it holds the ground
As if saying "I won't fall down!"
Autumn came one October day
The patch of grass still kept a greenish shade
Winter came with winds of death and freeze
The grass would still not admit defeat
Until water froze over the barren trees
Did the grass turn brown and drop, deceased
One spring day, on the same dry patch
Popped out a single blade of grass
All trouble had passed
Now listen to this and take it to heart
Remember, even the strongest fall apart

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