The Pebble And The Rock (Revised Which Of The Two Is Better)

Poem By Uloia Norris Moore

Unto the rock
the pebble
so small
did ask of it

Simple question
was all

Great massive
heavy rock
how is it
that you are
so tall

With great
effort of
movement
for the river
a torrent

When
upon the small
delicate
soft shiny
smooth
perfectly well
rounded without
flaw

Booming voice
from he so tall

Mellowed his
answer
filled with
awe

Answered
the pebble
with word's
like this.........

Tiny most
humble pebble
you so
very long ago
were once the
mightiest

Mountain on the
face of the
Earth

Small pebble
likened to all
please remember
this most of all

Memories do fade
that is why they now
take pictures of all

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The Pebble And The Rock

Unto the rock the pebble so small
did ask of it? Simple question
was all Great massive, heavy rock
how is it that you are so tall?