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Upon a field where Spring obstacles grow

There is a variety of life to show

We may not understand all that it presents

But its beauty and purpose, we cannot resent


Within the life of a Dandelion weed

There is great quality to help life exceed

Never look around you with repulsion

Allow yourself to accept true beauty as a first impulsion


As we all deal with this pandemic, I couldn’t help but relate it to the weeds that tend to be hastily discarded in the Spring season. They appear as unwanted additions and hold gifts aren’t easily realized. At the start of the pandemic, I wanted to usher it away quickly, but as it plays out, I’ve rediscovered simple life gifts I’d forgotten. It’s always great to search for beauty, even when it doesn’t agree with you from the start. Life is a mystery.