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WEEDS ON THE LAWN (Poem #269)

Weeds were growing out on the lawn.
No matter what I did they were never gone.
I’d tug and I’d pull,
But the lawn was still full,
Whether I used patience or brawn.
 
© Copyright 8/1/1999 by Jean E. Gorney
 
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Bonzell Joins, Jr. 23 days ago
a great little poem here
Joey Magill More than 1 year ago
Loved the remember 
Rachel Frieda Torres More than 1 year ago
i like it
Jawahar Gupta More than 1 year ago
I LOVE
Your
poetic
expression
Jean
Where have you Gone for such a long time?
Hope to read your more poems,
~~~~~~Jawahar Gupta ~~~
Jawahar Gupta More than 1 year ago
XC
Rog Leach More than 1 year ago
My approach is to let the weeds have their own way. I like dandilions in the gras
Jerry Stiles More than 1 year ago
Great write ma'am,,oohhh the toil in the soil,,
Tera Brown 7 months ago
Short, yet honest, good work, keep it up...
Mariyah Jihan More than 1 year ago
I do favor short poems of simplicity,  very nice.
Ofuonyebi 'Dinobi More than 1 year ago
good write...well done
Tammy Gomillion More than 1 year ago
Start at the roots
Jean Gorney More than 1 year ago
You are right. If you don't get the roots, the weed will be right back. Thanks for review.
Douglas Fisher More than 1 year ago
I, too..., have been left pondering over the daunting task, and never ending struggle, to rid my lawn of weeds. However, I never thought to express my frustration with a poem. ;)
V. Paul Hall More than 1 year ago
The rhyme scheme of 1,1--2,2--1 is enjoyable.  Its nice to turn something frustrating into something uplifting.,    
Ahmad Abuljobain More than 1 year ago
could be weed, could be the weed in your life. food for thought.

ARUN MAZUMDER More than 1 year ago
good
Trevor McDade More than 1 year ago
you have patience to avail brute force tears it all down the weed and lawn. whatever you have a lawn…lol…just sip some tea under a shady tree and wait for the weeds they’ll be back.  Good writing 
Coy Day More than 1 year ago
like
anonymo magnifico More than 1 year ago
...wilt when wanted!....
Joshua Lebel More than 1 year ago
Roundup
Thewordking Hljohnson More than 1 year ago
ask Monsanto they have killed all the weeds in the world as well as the corn
Jean Gorney More than 1 year ago
Thank you for your comments. I grew up not using poisons. We even picked the bugs off our garden vegetables and put them into cans of kerosene.
William Roper More than 1 year ago
cut grass
Jean Gorney More than 1 year ago
Thanks.
Jenna Ann Maria Abazia More than 1 year ago
Reminds me of my nanna!
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