Mother’s Bloom
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Mother’s Bloom

Mother’s Bloom

A lovely evocation of the the stealthy approach of hope – even through a sense of shame.

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  • Adrian, thank you for sharing my poem. I’m honored. After a season of cocooning it feels good to reemerge with the sprouting bulbs.

    March 22, 2016at11:03 pm

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