“Farm Fresh, Student-Raised”: Haikus to Soothe your Eggy Soul

Over the past few weeks, I have been passionately devouring each and every Kenyon Farm email. They perfectly capture the beauty and valor of the humble Egg, then provide us (mere students!) with an opportunity to adopt at least a half dozen tiny wonders of our own. For a meager sum, we, too, can celebrate the miracle that is The Egg. And it’s all thanks to them.

These emails have become important to me, so much so that I decided to celebrate them through verse. Each word of the following haikus has been hand-picked from the many phrases contained within the Farm’s glorious correspondences. Travel with me through the highs and lows of Kenyon’s most heartwarming saga: The Journey of the Farm-Fresh Egg.

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The Kenyon Farm sells eggs every day from 4:00 to 5:00 pm at their location on Wiggin Street. Eggs are sold for $4 per dozen and $2 per half dozen.

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