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Your Wheel

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When you recall my Name

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  The  Sower  And  The  Seed



A  sower  throws  his  seeds  carelessly,
No  notice  of  what  kind  of  ground,  it  may  be
Caring  not   what  the  seeds  need  to  survive,
A  few  spring  up  barely  alive,
Not  much  hope  they  will  survive.


Others  shoot  up  quickly
And  appear  strong  and  tall,
But  wither  away  swiftly,  
Beneath  the  heat  of  the  summer  sun.


Some  never  make  their  journey
Into  the  hardened  dirt,
And  are  soon  consumed  by  the  fowls,
That  fly  upon  the  earth.


Few  there  be
Which  were  planted  with  care,
But  rich  is  the  harvest,
Of  fruit  that  they  bare.


Herein  lies  a  lesson,
For  all  to  observe  and  keep,
What  so  ever  seed  we  sow,
We  shall  also  surely  reap.





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