Eden

As we head into Autumn and consider “military action” in Syria I would like to re-blog my thoughts on creating Eden.

Teresa Fritschi, Commarglo Managing Director

         Lily  Two days ago, a single six petal’d wonder appeared through the foliage of the adjacent Oriental lily; two breathtaking shades of green and the purest white blossom, raindrops still held onto leaf and petal both.  Sigh.

At first glance I thought it one of my Snowdrops, as the flower head is a nearly identical configuration of three teardrops falling from a curved stem-head – but the stem is nearly three times taller. Clearly, the squirrels snacked their way through the winter on my 50 last-fall-planted Snowdrop bulbs as not one bloomed in March (as anticipated), nor in April, or May either.  So what is this beauty? Does it matter?

However harmonious – my girlfriend Doris wrote ‘no matter where you hang your hat, there is no Eden’.

Eden, as we all know, has been referenced in the Torah, the Bible and the Qu’ran. I…

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