by Lydia Wylie-Kellermann.
From Dirty Prayers: Pocket Prayers to Read in the Garden.
As I gaze upon this little garden
I see not time scarcity
or profit motive
or long term financial yields.
I see a harvest of abundance
Some for my mouth
more for my neighbors
some shelved for the long winter
And yet more will fall like manna.
Squirrels will feast
worms will fill their bellies
and little by little capitalism with crumble.