I love grandma's garden.
It's an oasis filled with love.
Grandma's garden is a pleasant place;
A quiet place,
A place where I can dream,
The place where I am loved,
A place where I can be myself,
A place where I feel safe.
Stars of many colors in the sky of green.
Reds, blues, whites, purples, yellows, pinks, and greens
Each flower is blooming with a promise of a smile,
Grandma's garden is such a happy place,
It puts a smile on my face.
I love grandma's garden...
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