In the Eye of the Beholder

by Douglas Polk


dandelions and same-sex marriage overrun the land,
considered an unwanted scourge in the past,
through wine made,
and greens eaten,
still considered rebels in a yard of grass,
to this day,
weeded and controlled by the stubborn,
and the established,
in love with their lawns of uniform grass.

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