Monday, 3 September 2012

Useless.



















(In my) garden of radish and roses
No-one connected the hoses
Not one used a hoe,
None planted a row.
They all stood around making poses.

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Thank you Tess for seeking out these mysteries.
Real stories and poems can be found at Magpie Tales.

19 comments:

  1. ha, and what you sow you shall reap...so i wonder just what your garden will look like come harvest...

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  2. you and I were planted in the same row this week!

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  3. Restful gardening at its best. :)

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  4. That sort of sums up this weeks picture doesn't it?

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  5. ... the importance of being idle??

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  6. Oh you are whimsical and clever....this made me smile and appreciate you even more. How are you?

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  7. well done...and thanks for sharing your words

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  8. Perhaps they were volunteers walking in! Very nice poem.

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  9. This limerick says everything, Stafford. It's all about looking stylish these days isn't it..... standing around looking cool? So when does the gardening get done? Sheesh! Thanks for sharing the smiles! =D

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  10. I love the pairing of radishes and roses...

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  11. Sack the lot of them , Stafford !

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  12. Perhaps they thought it was 'Open Gardens Day' - watch out that they don't pinch cuttings!

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  13. You captured the image truly Stafford....and I am with Margaret on this "Teenagers!"

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    1. Thanks mate, I guess not many rubes read the titles with that mind set. Comes with cryptic crossword anagram overload!

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