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Farmer's Tan

September 14, 2011

    FARMER’S TAN

    We have a shirt it seems we’ve worn

    To garden in since we were born.

    So even when our arm is bare

    It looks as if a sleeve is there.

    –D.A.W.

I originally clipped this poem from Yankee Magazine. Learn the story behind this rhyme and others like it here. Daniel Alan Waters is D.A.W.  

Autumn in the Garden, Tour and Market

In Season: September