By Miranda Breger
Oh, how I love getting dirty
The mud on my hands when I plant
I feel so relaxed when we plant the garden today
How pretty everything is going to be
When yall grow
and then we can eat you for all the nutrients
healthy nourishment you will give us in the end
We love the way you taste
Oh, how everything will be great.
By Kaitlyn Sackett
The warm breeze on my face my mind completely lost in space.
I begin my day in my schools garden,
not too long until me and my class are done.
The relaxing feel of mud between my fingers
the sweet smell of the plants lingers.
My morning is less stressful,
and my day seems more successful.
The sound of laughter fills the air,
Our teacher Ms.Blair shares
as we tend to the garden with care.
My Safe Haven
by Katilyn Sackett
Mud on my hands and the sun in my face.
My schools garden is my safe place.
I can’t wait until the plants mature
So I can eat the vegetables that are rich and pure.
I never want to stop for it gives me pleasure
This burning desire that I acquire.