Poems about rocks and minerals

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A.D. Posey Quotes (Author of Book of Poems and Quotations by A.D. Posey)

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3 Types of Rock- a science song

Submit your work, meet writers and drop the ads. Jimmy Bowman Feb I can see behind those rocks.

3 Types of Rocks Poem

And these others—what are they? Not dolomite, sandstone, shist or calcite. I might include ice—the colorless mineral, if ice stayed ice. But what is this one? Some go nameless, do not look like their pictures.

Submit your work, meet writers and drop the ads. Purcy Flaherty Oct We rode our horses cross-country, Through the nations of the unknown, We survived the snowy mountains, And lived off the land and the trees, Through hot summers and cold winters, Through deserts storms; we circled the trails, We learned from the birds and the bees, We hunted the elk, the deer and the buffalo, We fished to feed the travelling spirit, We turned acorns into flour, We set our senses free. Land grabbing oil barons, fencing, bricks, barbed wire and all the accouterments of your civilized culture! You made this country your own; and forced it's 1st nation into a 3rd world nation. Land and minerals reign supreme in a world without shame!

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Encircled by the sea, a stony ledge Lies at the breaker's edge. The ebbing and the flowing of the tide Disclose the rock, and hide. Now like a granite lion crouching there Its head is black in air, And now the whelming waters in a night Have stolen it from sight. Still to the nether deep its rocky root And stone foundations shoot; Far down, far down, its granite pillar goes Where tide nor ebbs nor flows, Unseen or seen, beneath the surges' roar, Based on earth's central core. What cares the rock, though now its head is high, Now hidden from the sky,— A little more, perchance a little less, For human eyes to guess? What matter where the fickle waters run? The rock and Earth are one!

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  1. The Rock by Anonymous; The Pebble and the Acorn by Hannah Flagg Gould; Simplicity by Emily Dickinson; The Deserted Pasture by Bliss Carman; The Old.

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