The grain of sandhas a unique character, for by itself,
is not particularly useful but is at its best
when it rubs an oyster in, to have
its purpose fulfilled-live for others.
There must be something extremely
sacred in it, for by its irritation, it
arouses in the oyster wisdom and dexterity,
as an urge for fulfilment. As a police,
the intruder restrains the other impulses
from tyrannizing over the creative
force which as an original pearl farmer,
stewards the blow to grow and glow
with rich iridescence , as an antidote
for the emptiness of its existence.
The pearl reveals the greatness, the beauty
and the infinite worth that the oyster
really is. The imperfect environment
is more a teacher than an antagonist!
Poetry by yoonoos peerbocus
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Written on 2021-02-20 at 08:12
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