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One Response

  1. Your “love notes” are enriching and enlightening. As a creative pilgrim of spirit, I am grateful for your well-chosen words, and your deeply rooted thoughts. Up here in the Pacific Northwest, we have a plant called, “skunk cabbage”. You may know it. It appears as a yellow sconce of slick petals housing a small “wick” of of seeds. The other name for this plant is “swamp lantern”. I prefer this name. For those of us who traverse often through the mud, we are grateful for swamp lanterns as they appear- yellow and bright, a sudden burst of glow from seemingly out of nowhere.

    And you are one.