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The Arthur Rackham Forest in Spring

Sunday’s May Day and I thought this illustration fit Tricia’s poem nicely. If you’re not familiar with the amazing Arthur Rackham, check out his work… 250 more words

Garden Writers We Love

The Ting of the Trowel

The Ting of the Trowel

My cold shovel pings edges
of a buried brick walk
lined with river rock.
Ivy crawls over this old garden. 229 more words

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This Land

Ya gotta love this land of ours; from desert to the sea.

Every time I look at it, it’s where I want to be.

It doesn’t matter how I feel or what’s gone wrong today… 58 more words

Life

Ode to My Garden Pruners

Ode to My Garden Pruners

The hardware store keeps your kind
under lock and key. I know I could lose you
like sewing scissors, postcard stamps, 330 more words

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Earth Poor

My children deserve better; my children deserve more

than a world that’s left in ashes – we’re leaving them ‘Earth Poor.’

And it’s all because of gluttony and the urge to self-destroy; 71 more words

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Spider Web Haiku

in the dead
of frozen winter
remnant spider web

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Tricia Knoll is a Portland, Oregon poet who has maintained gardens all her life, sowing the seeds of sanity. 73 more words

Garden Writers We Love

Two Days Before the Opening . . .

Note from Tricia: This is a habun … prose poem plus haiku.

Two Days Before the Opening of Montreal’s Topiary Exhibition

The unicorn’s aileron spirals rain down to the fuschia bed. 229 more words

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