Garden Lessons - Poem by Jan Freundschuh
I didn't know there was a red tulip
Planted among the Lunaria's purple?
No, bulbs don't 'volunteer'.
Somehow it must have been planted there.
I guess it's not what at first I thought.
I've jumped to conclusions again, Mr. Cardinal! ! !
(As you fly away) .
I fail again to remember
These 'garden philosophy lessons'
I've been taught.
Oh well.......nice seeing you....
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