rows and rows of flowering kale and cabbages
all come together
to create a beautiful, tiny fairy forest.
“a forest is not a wilderness,
but a community of souls who speak to one another on the wind.”
― anthony t. hincks
oakland county farmer’s market, pontiac, michigan, usa
after learning about artist, andy goldsworthy
the kinders create in his style
leaving it all behind
to return to nature in its own time.
“simplicity is nature’s first step, and the last of art.”
-phillp james bailey
from the farmers at the market
we become farmers with our own market.
“when tillage begins, other arts follow.
the farmers, therefore, are the founders of human civilization.”
went for a farmer’s market visit
saw all the stuff they grew
kinders met the farmers
asked them questions
filled their bags
one showed us
the special black dirt
he grows things in
it is like magic.
tomorrow we cook.
the farmer has to be an optimist
or he wouldn’t still be a farmer.
– will rogers