“Impropagation”  by Celia Berrell

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Impropagation

 

A crack in the concrete is all it takes

for a small seed to lodge and germinate.

Its roots exude acid dissolving cement.

And so it has grown where it wasn’t meant.

 

Ignored by pedestrians tramping through

with sunlight and water it proudly grew.

And look at it now.  Majestic and high.

Being kissed and blessed by a butterfly!

 

Inspired by the Artwork Living Freedomby Sharon Davson www.davsonarts.com

 

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3 thoughts on ““Impropagation”  by Celia Berrell

  1. Congratulations Celia, and thank you for including my image. All the very best with your new Science Rhymes Book. Sharon Davson

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