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True Love
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I am no real gardener  
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but I love my garden
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with its curvy path
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and flowers that splash the dull
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with singing sun
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Dotted around are loyal friends,
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so stony still, yet so alive with welcome:
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Ducky, Piggy, Sheepy, Squirrel,
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and freshly arrived it's...   Turtle
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There are some trees that hide the world
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they are too tall but smaller would not fit
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whilst on the lawn the daisies dance
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and dandy sometimes takes his chance
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Great grasses sway at every verge
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as if in taunt of strimmer's urge
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While birdies speak in shrill regard
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for this their chosen patch of Earth
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And I just gaze from shady peace
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as gentle nature whispers cheer
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For I am no real gardener;
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but my garden loves me.
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20 Jul 11

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Love It. Especially the animals. I like how they suddenly don't rhyme - it's courageous!
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