barelybear (United Kingdom) published:
PROMPT: Food Writing Competition 2021
For as long as I can remember, Dad’s been in the garden, kitted out in his camouflage jacket, army-style boots and covered in streaks of mud. He wells holes 6.2cm apart so that each bean plant grows just right with maximum crop yield. I’ve never really understood why he bothers. Why spend all his spare time turning the soil and asking for free manure from the farm down the road? Why keep last year’s potato skins to grow this year’s crop,...
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