Sea,Shell,and the Crab, by George Chow Subscribe to rss feed for George Chow

The sea wave echo in the shell "welcome to the world".
Maybe its curiosity-
maybe its bravery-
maybe its the longing,
brings the crab into a shell for a lesson hearing.
Shell asks, the world is big,
where would you go but death.
The crab answers, I am going to be with my creator God.
Shell says, you found me, where would you go..
Crab carry the shell to the shore and says,
this is it, my job is done,
I will be free to be with God again.
Then the crab flow into the sea with a tear left by shell to
the sea.
Shell face the sun and the sand.
The sun recalls value,
the sand recalls time being.
Each shell has a tale of the crab she met once.
And the sea wave echos,
I am with God Shell, and, me too, I am with God Crab.
Posted: 2015-07-22 03:58:26 UTC

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