These verses paint a serene picture
of the fruit of man's labors, whereas,
our little potted garden has not produced
one single tomato as of yet this year.
Alas, my green thumb has lost its color.
We've had thriving gardens in the past,
but our husbandry has lost its luster.
Y'all know that I love history, American history the best. This is a fascinating perspective from an Englishman, Adam Clarke, writing from the 1700's.