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A Girl and Her Garden

A Girl and Her Garden

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Published by: beatriZ on Sep 30, 2010
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 A Girl and her Garden
She tends to her gardenwith arched forward hopereligiously pouringthe watered wordsthat seep into his thirsty rootsColorful buds fill their earthand flowers spread like crescent smilesUpon the ground theyve chosen to cultivatetogetherAt times the rain brings stubborn weedsthat push their wayto reclaim the soil and change their garden forever

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Khurram Shahzad added this note|
wonderful wonderful full of feelings. very nice.
Daniel Essman added this note|
these are charming and enlivening thoughts...i realize i've never written the word 'enlivening' before...that's a good omen i think....thanks
Steve U added this note|
Lovely. A meditation in itself, gardening, and this poem matches it. Love that some weeds are left to "grow happily beside". Wonderful.
7BILLIONHUMANBEING added this note|
such love innocents beauty its God perfection thanks
Carl F Maulbeck added this note|
This is the paradigm of our stewardship - "Upon the ground they've chosen to cultivate / together" - just beautiful, shauzer, actions to live by - "Her love is this garden she never neglects"
Greg Dies added this note|
Inspiring, we should all take the time to garden our lives.
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LOVELY.
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