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in the garden below

chamomile grows

white petals bright

in the light of the setting sun

spreading profusely

wonderfully

wildly

soon to be cut I’m sure

but not yet

not yet

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On my way home from work, I decided to detour through the landlord’s garden.  I was a bit cautious because I know there’s a rat that calls the garden home.  On occasion I’ve seen a rabbit nibbling at the greens.  And there’s a neighbor’s cat that likes to nestle in the lavender.  She must smell quite lovely when she returns home.

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Ricky’s Flower Market is a lovely shop in the heart of Union Square in Somerville, Massachusetts.  When his door opens April-ish, then you know spring has arrived even if there’s still snow on the ground.  When I need a visual respite, I like to wander through his indoor/outdoor space that’s filled with annuals, perennials, herbs, clay pots and everything and anything else needed for gardening.  When the sun finally popped out this morning, I decided to make my way over there, and I am glad I did.

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… but that’s okay.

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… I found beautiful blooms …

… and even a bird or two …

… and of course a few more leaves.

FYI, you can learn more about St. Audoen’s Church via this link.

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Read more about Boston’s Public Garden here. 😉

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