What You Grow

05/17/2019 By Rachel Mihalko

Flowers die with winter’s snow

You must water what you grow

A year ago I saw the snow

You must water what you grow

Winter was long would not let go

You must water what you grow

Now I see light down on the road

You must water what you grow

Hope sprang with the grass I mow

You must water what you grow

Now it isn’t perfect, though

And the plant has built its home

So you must water what you grow

Rachel Mihalko is the Director of Content at Elephants & Tea magazine and is a Hodgkin’s lymphoma survivor. She loves theatre, writing poetry, and crafting of all sorts. Reading has fueled her passion for writing, and you will rarely find her without a book on hand. You can connect with her on Instagram.

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