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1991-II
The ewes crowd to the mangers;
Their bellies widen, sag;
Their udders tighten.
Soon
The little voices cry
In morning cold.
Soon now
The garden must be worked,
Laid off in rows, the seed
Of life to come brought down
Into the dark to rest,
Abide awhile alone,
And rise.
Soon, soon again
The cropland must be plowed,
For the years promise now
Answers the years desire,
Its hunger and its hope.

This goes against the time
When food is bought, not grown.

O come into the market
With cash, and come to rest
In this economy
Where all we need is money
To be well stuffed and free
By sufferance of our Lord,
The Chairman of the Board.

Because theres thus no need
To plant ones ground with seed.

Under the seasons sway,
Against the best advice,
In time of death and tears,
In slow snowfall of years,
Defiant and in hope,
We keep an older way
In light and breath to stay
This household on its slope
Written by: Wendell Berry