ILLUMINATION
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ILLUMINATION

A Marriage

After so many years

The lush bright pink blossoms
Cheered the gloomy wet spring day.
On a whim, she snuggled one of the pots
Into her grocery cart, between the carrot and potato sacks.

At home, he said, startled, “You bought a flower for planting. Hopeful, you are.”
“Yes,” she said.
“I’ll go and find a pot for it,” he said…

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Diane Gillespie

Diane Gillespie

PhD, Educational psychologist. Author and sleep advocate interested in learning as social/cultural process (Website: dianemgillespie.com)

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