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by davesandel on September 14th, 2010

Shouldn’t we plant some corn?

It’s spring

Seeds and sun and rain

Just in time


Baked earth broken by stalks

Corn taller every day, ripening

Summer fruit

Standing still in sun sun sun


Dark wet day

Green organ of death

Harvests yellow flows of food

Let sweet darkness fall


Shouldn’t winter kill?

Me, I wouldn’t last long beneath the snow

But walking on it,

Under winter sun

I feel crunchy cover for a load of life

Waiting for a little more


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