I was reminded of the beauty found in fragile things.
Watching the destruction and repair of seawalls has compelled us to reconsider our response to a rising tide and damaging storms.
A photographer from Italy once wrote to me, 'Flowers should elect you their queen.'
It will take many months, if not years, to reach a sense of closure. And yet, we survive.
The poet and painter comprehend the same moment from different viewpoints.
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