Monday, June 18, 2007

Haiku


daisy
Originally uploaded by mateofiero.
Scritch, scratch, rake, hoe, weed
all that work in the garden,
The daisy just grows.



Other's work at:
One Deep Breath #55

7 comments:

Roswila said...

Oh, yes, "ain't that the truth!" Good observation.

Crafty Green Poet said...

Very true! And long may they continue!

Plain Foolish said...

*grin*

I used to complain about having to weed the beans, which I didn't even like, when blackberries grow when you leave them alone. Mom wouldn't go along with my idea of putting the garden to blackberries and not eating beans, though.

Jemima said...

very often we don't appreciate the simple stuff enough and waste time chasing unrealistic (hard work) dreams. that's what i got from this.

I have a garden full of blackberries though ;-)

reprehriestless warillever said...

We have beets, corn, potatoes, zucchini, summer squash, cucumbers, and beans. And they all need to be weeded. But the black-eyed susans at the edge of the garden are doing very well.....

Patois said...

Absolutely the truth. And the comments give me an idea of what I'm lacking in my space: blackberries.

Clare said...

Wonderful sense of actual gardening in the first line -- brings it to life. And I love how "the daisy just grows." Really nice!