Category Archives: Front and back gardens

My front garden

Little perhaps Clearly in the laps Of goddesses certain and free Beautiful blossoms wild as the wind Coupled with herbage that be Sustaining containing creating A purposeful valuable place Just full of vibrations of visionary spaces Where insects and others … Continue reading

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The move away from gardens Strips of tarmac we See the plastic grass rolled out It’s how it has to be The car needs space For off road parking As for grass and trees Houses now are maintenance free Shingle … Continue reading

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