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  • I keep hearing stories of agricultural protest,
    Political carrots in defiant instant beds
    Proudly aligned against suppression,
    I prefer my berries in the Gentains,
    The fruits must flower too, after all
    The parsley vigorously advances,
    Wants to live with fushias,
    Who am I to stop it?
    So I attempt to keep some sort of edge,
    A tomfoolery of black mulch, imagining a space between.
    Blooms on blooms on blooms later,
    No one notices the garden is a rebel.
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