I mow them down, right to where there are none left at all. Sometimes I mow them north and south, and then just to make sure, I mow them east and west. I go to bed at night thinking: "Well, finally, they're gone." Then I get up in the morning, look out at the yard, and there they are, standing tall like a round-helmeted army, thumbing their white, fluffy tops at me, as I drive on out the driveway.
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