Life is imperfect. At best, we work hard in life to accomplish things in order to eviscerate these imperfections. But if we are not careful to discover who and whose we are, we will continue in this vicious cycle of accomplishing things instead of relationships. “In The Garden” is an expressive array of poetry which seeks to inspire people during imperfect times. The exclusivity of this poetry stresses tangible shifting from natural paradigms to natural phenomena. It also draws distinction between paradigms and phenomena in the spiritual realm as well as the natural realm. This is done with the hope of bringing realization to the fact that life (In The Garden) is, and has always been, about relationships among people.