A Firm Foundation


One is not supported
Merely by boards and beams.
The creation of a foundation is not often aborted,
Whether built on forest ground or near a calming stream.

A foundation must be firm,
Enduring over the years.
Something that is long-term,
Not eroded by sorrowful tears.

While time may be crude,
Breaking apart the traces of youth,
One should only be shrewd
For in this is revealed a truth.

A foundation is where one plants the roots,
Lasting for many generations.
Sometimes marked by muddy boots,
But always formed by dedication
Of those who walked the land long before.
(Completed 2014)

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