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Lenten Journaling in Community- #1

The Lost Oenothera


So...  I don't know where the Oenothera went.
About a 7 year hiatus.
And now they are back.
I never replanted them.
They just showed up.
The Showy Evening 
Pink Primrose-Siskiyou       
 Here and there.
Randomly mixed in willy nilly.
But, that is a bit how 
I garden anyway-- willy nilly.
So I will welcome them in the lysimachia.
And hovering by the Oriental lilies.
And I won't ask if they are 
just visiting or staying around.

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