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This poem tells us about strawberries in a garden and how they look juicy and how they don't need to be mixed with anything if they are picked out at the right time.
Stanza by stanza explanation
Strawberries that in gardens grow
Are plump and juicy fine,
But sweeter far as wise men know
Spring from the woodland vine.
In the first stanza, the poet talks about the strawberries and how they plum and juicy, and how they very sweet when they are from the woodland vine.
No need for a bowl or silver spoon,
Sugar or spice or cream,
Has the wild berry plucked in June
Besides the trickling stream.
In the second stanza, the poet talks about how if the strawberries are picked out at the right time they don't need to be mixed with anything.