Against The Answers

Poem By Cecelia Weir

The waves beat against the shores
But the land throws them back to sea.
It takes just a bit of land
But never will it take all of me.

The rains fall heavily upon the ground
But it waters even the tiniest seed.
You may succumb to the largest of floods
But in your heart you still succeed.

The sun beams down upon the earth
But the night gives fresh morning dew.
The life we live seems sometimes hard
But it should be repelled by you.

If it wasn't for the beaten shores
Or the floods of heavy rains.
No life's story would be complete
And no victory could be explained.

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