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The Garden tool

Updated on February 16, 2010

So here's the sitch!


When the weather is right

New seeds must be sown

The farmer is ready, no time to moan.

The land puts up its usual fight

He's off to make his weapon choice right.

There he spots her behind the door

"She'll do the job right, of this I'm sure"

He is finally ready to face the land and

takes her gently in his hand.

She plays a good game- breezy and cool,

there's nothing wrong being a garden tool.


In the tight grip of the farmers hand

he digs and ploughs through the land

She is battered and torn, softening the earth

For the seeds that will eventually give birth

He takes her and washes away the grime and soil

Tomorrow they wake and for hours will toil

Never ceasing till the job is done.

She plays a good game- breezy and cool,

there's nothing wrong being a garden tool.


Now the work is over, the farmer stands up to stare

at the succes of his labour and sheds a tear.

He then takes his tool to be shined, real good

and gives her a new handle from fresh pine wood.

She did her job well, she did her job right

Casting away all the old farmers fears

She'd even worked well into the night.

She was proud-immensely elated

Each crop was neatly planted,

No one dare debated

She plays a good game- breezy and cool,

there's nothing wrong being a garden tool.


It is night again, she's on the prowl

to fulfill her mission, a beast

of the dark, she unleashes a growl

at all unsuspecting prey.

Into each coven and under its lights

she dances and prances

with some, occasionally fights

She plays a good game- breezy and cool,

to her there's nothing wrong being a garden tool.


Every night she's out she wants it

Like an addict needing a hit

Only she's not addicted, not at all

Whether short, fat, ugly or tall.

Her body is an equal opportunist.

Half woman, half magician-she

can bring any man to her room.

She plays a good game- breezy and cool,

to her there's nothing wrong being a garden tool.


There's no land to toil and work

completing a task, of which she should be proud

Only man after man, boy after boy

Simple details never linger in her memory,so she cares not for a name

Only a lack of bedroom ecstasy, brings her shame

She treats her body like a pieces of land

being ploughed each time by a different man

She plays a good game- breezy and cool,

to her there's nothing wrong being a garden tool.


When she wakes no one is there to hold her hand,

Living a forever one night stand.

She hates that feeling-being alone

But she's not a young woman any real man,

would call his own.

She knows this, her rep has gained fame

Slut is now her name.

She plays a good game- breezy and cool,

to her there's something wrong being a garden tool.


A body with two minds- Jekyll and Heidi

No sob story here, no apology

She's no lady of the night

Just an idle young woman

who's finesse is no longer tight

She says she wants more than a dick in her

like a real man to love, live and stick with her.

But love doesn't want her, when she treats it as a fleeting thing.

She behaves like a pendulum, on a constant swing

She plays a good game- wishing to stop but wanting more

It must truly be difficult being a whore.

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      Sa Toya 7 years ago from England

      :D Thankies...yes it should be farmer. I often miss out little spelling errors even when I use spell check :/

      Cheers for pointing it out....sorting it now!

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      Sherbet Penny 7 years ago from Galway, Ireland.

      Hey Sa Toya, great writing again. The images created are very visual and beautiful, excellent stuff. Just one thing, in line three should it be farmer instead of famer, i look forward to reading more of your hubs, Stephen.

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      Sa Toya 7 years ago from England

      Yay! Thanks a lot :D

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      Cassandra Mantis 7 years ago from UK and Nerujenia

      Where are the comments here? This is great! I enjoyed your poetry!