Today, I happened to stay home as the weeds from my garden were being removed. A lot of it spewn across the ground and I happened to capture one of many weeds that were plucked out. This one is called as the Sheep’s Sorrel and believed to be a wolf amongst the plants instead. It has a wide range of medicinal benefits, ranging from healthy heart to a lending hand to Cancer too.
I couldn’t stop the ignorance in my garden. You could.
Read on to know why 🙂
Plucked from the garden, tagged as unwanted,
spewn on the ground and caused to be daunted.
“What did it do wrong?”, growing if designated a crime,
as a wolf amidst a herd of sheep, anything but sublime.
Out of place, out of shape, out of its clear space,
so the weed weeps for its regard as a disgrace.
The gardener, however unaware of his plight,
expels the Sheep’s Sorrel from his clear sight.
“What a delight!”, a garden filled with roses and kind,
but flawed of a plant which is safe for his heart’s bind.
The Sorrel would find his home elsewhere,
buckled up in a bottle of health and welfare.