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Facebook Update (Posted on August 27, 2020 at 09:29PM)

A lovely poem that I saw for the first time at gratefulness.org, an organization whose emails and posts have sustained me in many ways during the pandemic.

The Once Invisible Garden by Laura Foley

How did I come to be
this particular version of me,
and not some other, this morning
of purple delphiniums blooming,
like royalty—destined
to meet these three dogs
asleep at my feet, and not others—
this soft summer morning,
sitting on her screened porch
become ours, our wind chime,
singing of wind and time,
yellow-white digitalis
feeding bees and filling me—
and more abundance to come:
basil, tomatoes, zucchini.
What luck or fate, instinct,
or grace brought me here?—
in shade, beneath day-blind stars,
a soft, summer morning,
seeing with my whole being,
love made visible.

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