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Silk Thread Spun
by Maria Reed-Shore
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  Silk thread spun, a cocoon is born
Out of it's being, it becomes complete
We spin a cocoon, not unlike the worm
Life's fleeting moments to other's are seen
Our being, offered to humanity
A tapestry woven from our strife
Un-trampled spirit within its shell,
Loose the bond of the cocoon,
For man, leaving a mother's womb.
Silkworm listens to its destiny
Man reaching for infinity
It's masterpiece worth it's weight in gold

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August 26, 2000
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