Weedy Prepositions

There is a vast difference between a garden with weeds and a garden of weeds. The two cannot be differentiated by the presence of weeds but by the presence or absence of fruit growing among the weeds. A garden with weeds needs to be tended and maintained so that the fruit may flourish. A garden of weeds needs to be torn out, tilled up, and reborn.

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