the history of lawn

and the green grass grew all around, all around and the green grass grew all around.

This is the history of lawn.

This is the history of the man who mows the lawn.

This is the history of the owner who pays the man who mows the lawn.

This is the history of the fence built by the owner who pays the man who mows the lawn.

This is the history of the money guarded by the fence built by the owner who pays the man who mows the lawn.

This is the history of the blood that covers the money guarded by the fence built by the owner who pays the man who mows the lawn.

This is the history of the peasant who gave the blood that covers the money guarded by the fence built by the owner who pays the man who mows the lawn.

This is the history of all the land you’d ever need to feed the earth tended by the peasant who gave the blood that covers the money guarded by the fence built by the owner who pays the man who mows the lawn.

This is the history of the crops pulled up by the root from all the land you’d ever need to feed the earth tended by the peasant who gave the blood exchanged for the money passed behind the fence constructed by the owner who pays the man who mows the lawn.

This is the history of the fields planted to replace the crops pulled up by the root from all the land you’d ever need to sustain the earth that covers the peasant who shed the blood that saved the money invested behind the fence maintained by the owner who pays the man who mows the lawn.

This is the history of the crosses and poppies growing in the fields planted to commemorate the crops pulled up by the root from all the land you’d ever need to preserve the earth represented by the peasant who spilled the blood that watered the money harvested behind the fence, remembered by the owner who pays the man who mows the lawn.

This is the history of the turf wars that broke ground for the crosses and poppies growing in the fields planted to desecrate the crops pulled up by the root from all the land you’d ever need to comfort the earth loved by the peasant who offered the blood that stained the money demanded by the fence sanctioned by the owner who pays the man who mows the lawn.

This is the university explaining the history of the turf wars that broke ground for the crosses and poppies growing in the fields planted to integrate the crops pulled up by the root from all the land you’d ever need to subsidize the earth that established the peasant who wrote the blood that questioned the money required by the fence commissioned by the owner who pays the man who mows the lawn.

This is the lawn surrounding the university reframing the history of the turf wars that broke ground for the crosses and poppies growing in the fields planted to eradicate the crops pulled up by the root from all the land you’d ever need to quiet the earth that spoke for the peasant who answered the blood that cries from the money exposed behind the fence instructed by the owner who pays the man who mows the lawn.

and the green grass grew all around, all around and the green grass grew all around.