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By Omaste Witkowski
The title of this work is "Secret Garden". I see an enchanted pathway leading into a hidden place. Go down this lane and wait for colorful surprises around the corner. The sunlight is brilliant and muted at the same time. The trees overhead cast a gentle archway through which you can walk. The soft smell drifting on the wind is like a caress to your senses as you enjoy the warm breeze.
Daisies play hide and seek with the other flowers in this space. The lilies are not yet appearing and the Peonies spread their petals in brilliant pink pleasure. Little blue forget me knots are smiling cheerfully as they bask in the sun. The tulips are a vivid memory but no longer a part of the picture. Patient rocks keep tabs on all of them and overall, I am imagining that this would be a really nice place to wander through for a while.
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June 21st, 2013
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