Tag Archives: spring

Fragile Happenstance

As I walk to my car, I see the opening flowers. Each petal is a perfect creation. I watch a peaceful light fall on their leaves. White and red are scattered around the garden. I renew this experience every spring. … Continue reading

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Along the Riverbank

They were growing along the riverbank. Amidst towering oaks and hidden burrows, houses were filling the area with clutter: Children and lawns, cars and bicycles. The people had forgotten completely. Spring floods came and washed away their homes. A human … Continue reading

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Summer Fades

I am sitting near the fountain again. I see leaves on the path as summer fades. I find the whispers of the water soothing. Why don’t I come here more often? The roses are almost gone. The light is gray … Continue reading

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Spring Crocuses

This is a beautiful springtime. Trillium and crocuses surround my home. I cannot find their seeds and I lament. As weeks pass by, my seedlings explode. I have a busy routine to care for them. I am filled with awe … Continue reading

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