On this wordless Wednesday, an excerpt from Mary Oliver’s poem, Snow Geese - “I held my breath as we do sometimes to stop time when something wonderful has touched us... What matters is that, when I saw them, I saw them as through the veil, secretly, joyfully, clearly.” Oliver’s words are all that is necessary to accompany what blossoms now in the spring woods.
Top Image of Kalmia Latifolia (Mountain Laurel) by Ann Bilowz
Bottom Image of Lady’s Slipper orchids by Ann Bilowz
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