Words for Wednesday 12/4

Advice for Gardeners Accept brevity. / Celebrate decay. / Emancipate failed growth, hope / it'll just keep living.  Mulch / near odd places. / Quit raking. / Sleep. / Tend unlimited variegated words. / Xerox your zucchini.

Advice for Gardeners
Accept brevity. / Celebrate decay. / Emancipate failed growth, hope / it’ll just keep living. Mulch / near odd places. / Quit raking. / Sleep. / Tend unlimited variegated words. / Xerox your zucchini.

 

Advice for gardeners.  Advice for everybody.  Down to the last line.  What?  Yes, the last line: “Xerox your zucchini.”  Why?  Let’s see.  It’s starts out all poetic and polite and generally goes along with all this “the world is big and beautiful and fleeting” advice.  But where do we end up?  Plain nonsense.

 

Sounds like a pretty good life advice piece to me.  If you need me, I’ll be at Kinkos with my produce.

 

 

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