Ten years ago, there was this small journal I was near that experimented by putting out works formed as 500 word essays. From that same group now we find creative productions down to 100 words. This might prove a good size garden.
Much of my writing at times focuses on the idea of "value." In many historic traditions of economic thinking, value relates the life spent in the making of an object to that objects value. Value has two sides; here we may see it as both the life spent in the method and practice of The Buff Hort Project as well as the help someone may receive from the productive work of Buffalo Horticulture and how it transfers into their home.
The season rolls by...
And it becomes thick
Where its duration stops being marked at intervals of reflection.
Endless and impenetrable.
An exit, no matter how temporary,
Threatens the stability
dependent on continuousness.
It is a flow.
Our most important work this week was being able to distinguish and separate the two above narrow leaf plant species.
The more sophisticated plantings become
Poetries of "naturalized," and "native" -
The more intense we have to understand the insurgents of
Crabgrass has the tiniest of hairs around its leaf collars,
Barnyard Grass doesn't
From Matthew Dore, the "I" voice of Buffalo Horticulture and "The Buff Hort Project."