Seeds

January 8, 2010 at 7:53 pm Leave a comment

Pittsboro singer songwriter Richard Edwards has a tune that follows me around in every season. I think it’s about all of us:  growers, dreamers, cooks, activists.  It’s called “Seeds”  (c) and here is the part that I can’t get out of my head tonight after reading Lyle’s last post:

Through the winter, quiet days/

I wait for sun and watch for rain/

And for that first sign, to be revealed/

Who can know what those seeds will yield?/

Who can know, who can know, who can know what those seeds will yield?/

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