A Springtime Garden Poem
A poem by Elizabeth Lewis, The Saint Constantine School’s Garden Director
Come one, come all
to the greatest Carnival.
We’ve got pumpkins of great size
and watermelons that will fetch a prize.
We’ve got insects galore
And all the worms you could ever want—and more!
But you must tread softly
or you might miss a novelty.
Noise is kept at bay;
so we don’t scare bees away
Here patience is not fruitless.
And many a miracle you may witness.
For in the garden
no heart will leave hardened.
And every soul will be healed
By what God has revealed.