Once there was a gardener who followed a bunny down a messy blackberry bramble.
Her sense of order insulted, she began to scramble!
Though scouts had offered their assistance, she could stand the eye sore no more.
Impatiently, she proclaimed “off with their heads!” – and so began the chore.
Simple, she said. “Begin at the beginning and go on till you come to the end; then stop.”
With great determination, she clipped, and tugged, and swore, and chopped.
“The hurrier I go, the behinder I get,” she declared while tackling the prickly beast.
“Curiouser and curiouser,” we observed. Will she never cease?
“Oh my ears and whiskers, how late it’s getting!” we decried.
“We will go and go and go,” she would chide.
“But we have mowing and watering and weeding to attend!”
Stubbornly she pushed forward. “We will finish this project, or it will be my end!”
As the sun began to set, she disappeared from view.
Shouts were heard in the distance, “but wait, we are not through!”
With a nod to Lewis Carroll…the blackberry removal project is officially underway at the Homeward Bound Memorial Garden! Stay tuned.