The Friday Fling Shares Gardening Tips Didactically!2012-04-12 at 09:00 pm Blog RSS
Friday Fling #176 April 13th 2012
Gardening! It’s that time of year when the gardening tools come out of the shed, and even those of us who are not tools do too. Ok but seriously folks, that’s our theme this week, sharing gardening tips!
The general term for any poem which imparts insturctional information is Didactic. It can rhyme or not, have even or patterened syllable count or not, pretty wide open! For instance:
Follow a few simple rules
to grow a garden of tomatoes
plant below stem nodules.
Step back and shout: thar she grows!
Carrots need loose soil to thrive
straight and long as they should be.
Seedlings take time to arrive.
But grow they will, as you will see!
This week the Friday Fling shares gardening tips in Didactic poetry!
Be sure to save time to read and comment prolifically on your fellow Pals’ poetic recommendations. Then do your own personal gardening this weekend for whatever you hope to harvest later!
Fickle Finger of Fate Award for April 6th
Congratulations Mary Margaret!
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