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    Farmer Judd, worked In the Mud, to Keep his Garden Pure,
    Don’t mix or match, the Seeds you'll Catch, disease He was for Sure.

    Sam the Slug, worked in this Mud, but with a Different Mind,
    For what He did – it Was not Seen – for Sam the Slug was Blind.

    For days On end, Old Judd would Bend, to Keep his Seeds in Sync,
    He’d cuss and Fuss, when Sam moved In, to Set his Plants to Link.

    Corn in the morn – Sam don't Scorn - the Peas or Carrots too,
    Combining seeds, the Process one, As in his Mouth he’d Chew.

    As time Went On, the Seeds from Sam, Judd hated What he Saw,
    Until one Day - with Sam not There - it Was the Country's Draw.

    Corn-Eas, Corn-Car, and Pea-Arrots - producing Lots and Lots,
    became the Cure, for many Things, like Gas and Cancer Spots.

    Judd took Credit - You can Bet – and the First to Tell,
    I am the One – see What I’ve done – my Seeds will Make you Well!!!!
    Last edited by BobGrantKC; 10-28-2020, 05:15 PM.

  • #2
    This must be how Homer Simpson came up with tomacco. It wasn't just the plutonium.


    • #3
      A great example!


      • #4
        How do you understand the meaning of this?


        • #5
          A great cautionary example! When I worked at a job I didn't like, I was annoyed by everything that was going on around me. I had a large plot of land, my parents gave it to me in addition to the house. I decided that it would be great to build a huge greenhouse on this plot, where rare species of flowers and shrubs would grow. Then I took a loan from yhdistäminen 70000€, combining several of my loans into one. I was able to create what I have long sought. This poem clearly shows us two very different approaches to life and their business, thank you for that!
          Last edited by aurosonic; 01-14-2022, 06:39 AM.


          • #6
            One of the mysteries of the natural world I guess...are you planning to test your hypothesis this summer by planting a garden?


            • #7
              Though it has
              cast aside the shell
              to darkly glide through night time soil,
              like a snail a slug has eyes and what it sees
              through these tentacled repositories who can tell,
              though only light and shade
              might be thought a price
              well paid
              as it plays
              merry hell
              with seeds
              like Judd
              you garden well
              Last edited by Johntee; 01-28-2022, 09:00 AM.