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It has bloomed in the shadows of the bathroom.

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I knew it was going to be a long day of traveling from site to site, and so I told a friend that I would send him dispatches from the road.

Instead, I find myself choosing to share some dispatches from the kitchen as part of a quick coffee break. 

Okay, a last sip, and then back out into the day. Have a good one, folks. 😉

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It was the beauty of the artwork on the covers of fantasy and sci-fi novels that used to draw my attention in bookstores.   So many of the illustrations depicted a cloaked figure, partially illuminated.  And then there’s my growing interest in stained glass windows.  The figures in them, whether peasant or angel, wear luminous robes in a rainbow of colors.  With such inspirations in my life, how could I not see a cloaked figure as I zoomed in on this orchid?

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This orchid was the inspiration for a poem that will be published next month.  Stay tuned.  Meanwhile, I have in my sights a lovely orange nasturtium blossom.  We’ll see if any words are sparked by its beauty. 😉

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Orchids

Across town, in hotel lobbies and mall (indoor) courtyards, orchids are brightening my day.

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An Orchid in Back Bay

A Magnolia Bud in Central Square

A Squirrel Along the Charles River

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