A Clearing in the Wood
By William McMahon
Our natives made their clearing in the woods. Our pilgrims made a clearing for their good. A rose bed is a clearing in the lawn,and sunrise is that clearing we call dawn. A cup must have its clearing on the
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The Hybridizer’s Dream
By Andy Vanable
There is a little dream . . . And in that dream,there’s a garden full of roses . . . Lots and lots of roses.
There’s mommy roses . . . And daddy roses . . . And those “special”
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The Enchanted Garden
by Renee Taylor
By day she tends the enchanted garden,
As his spirit hovers near,
And once again her heart knows peace and love,
Instead of weariness or tears.
Wind and sun upon her face,
Working in the rhythm of this place,
She creates this
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In the Rose Garden: Awaiting the Coming of Spring by William Dority
The roses are dormant in their mulched beds, a long winter’s nap for their weary heads.
Finally resting from their long period of growing, storing up strength for the next season of showing.
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I’m a Nobody, Sir
A tired, weary maid came to our door,Hunting any maid-like chore.
“Do I know you,” I said to her. And she replied, “I’m a nobody, sir.”
Her statement clearly startled me. That she had problems was plain to see.
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The Rose When God created his kingdom,He thought and then he chose That nothing small,nor anything great Shall be as lovely as– the Rose. The morning sun so beautiful,The evening moon that glows,The stars that
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