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A silkscreen of mist woven over the trees whispering softly. Encased in silence the tiny seed stirs yawning cotyledons. Worms tunnel beneath my feet — their powerful bodies quiver & shake — quietly moving mountains.
On a bed of moss a maple leaf sleeps into the next life.
In the understory ferns stretch their fronds building verdant bridges.
Fertile night sky rich black topsoil seeded with stars.
Maple leaves glowing in the dark a canopy of stars.
Walking down a country road not a cloud for miles around shower of grasshoppers.
After sunset the lightest dark dawn of fireflies.
Springtime sensations — pollen-laden air induces sneezes — a second wind beneath butterfly wings.