Winter's hard to rhyme
We're prisoners in some icy pantomime
Just waiting for the wind to change his mind
And sing us green

April starts to whisper to the trees
I hoe and you plant the peas
Canterbury Bells begin to ring
The sparrows are stealing string

Hollyhocks and foxglove to the knee
Now life's in a major key
We've got mud between our toes
This is how the garden grows.


Midnight in July
We see the season spread across the sky
We wake up to who knows eternal fly
Against the screen

You just love to bite me where it shows
Kiss me
Then hide my clothes
Running through the sprinklers nearly raw
We've just disproved Newton's Law
How can I break even with the weeds
In love so beyond my needs
Blossoms on your Mama's rose
This is how the garden grows.


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