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Monday, August 21, 2017

SWG: Garden Queen

THIS WEEK'S WORDS come from "Carrying Water to the Field" by Joyce Sutphen: afternoons, cultivating, water, wrapped, cut, across, surprise, turning, blade, melted, gulp, accomplished 


Marrisa was a lonely woman. She spent most of her afternoons in her garden, cultivating beautiful flowers, vegetables, well trimmed blade grass. She would water them regularly, cut  the unwanted leaves. Her garden as the best in the village. She was called the Garden Queen.

One evening, while Marissa was  wrapped in her own thoughts, a voice came across and cut through her thoughts, "You are as pretty as this garden, dear garden queen"

She turned she was surprised to see the only man she ever loved, the man who vanished suddenly from her life.

Marissa stood slowly not beliving her eyes, she gulped the air as she walked towards him. Th whole world melted at the sight of him.
She walked towards him and gave him a tight slap.
"I made this garden to be distracted from you, and you waltz in here like you own this place, now I am called the Garden Queen and you deserved a tighter slap on that snob face.Mission accomplished"

This post is written Sunday Whilrgig


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