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A Whippersnapper’s Toast

Happy Father’s Day to you Who are or have or know one. To The dads among us, raise a glass! What? Right. Yes, sir! I’m off your grass.

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Little Bunny Poo-poo

Silly bunny on my lawn, You squat. I wish you’d not. Begone! You lift that little tuft of cotton On your bottom, and the rotten Pellets underneath fall out Upon the grass that months of drought Have worn into a … Continue reading

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The Reaping

The whirling horizontal blade O’erpowers those that lately stood Defiant, tall and green, now laid To mulchy, rotting rest for good. The Gardener who the tally keeps Of ev’ry fallen leaf and weed, However, knows the lawn but sleeps, As … Continue reading

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Lawn Moanin’

Caffeine, it seems, has always been A natural antihistamine So I’ll brew up a cup o’ joe or Two before I start the mower. Maybe I’m a snivelin’ wimp But outdoor chores can cause a crimp In plans to play … Continue reading

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Pirates Of The High Fescue

A southern California lawn If left alone, will soon be gone. Ignore an Oregon lawn, though, It comes inside and lets you know. Mess with fescue at your peril, Lest you find your lawn’s gone feral: “You! The one whose … Continue reading

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