47 thoughts on “Shining

    • Erica, a heartfelt thank you for this wonderful comment. To have you share
      the happiness is a warming feeling.
      I took the photo at Mark’s Hall on a forest walk the other day.

      By the way, where are you. I don’t seem to find your posts any longer??

      Miriam

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      • We have been away doing a couple of overnighters in our camper and visiting my Mom and Sister. Only approx 100 km away and a huge treat to see them. Nice to connect, Miriam and share some of the good on our planet. 🙂

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      • That sounds just wonderful, Erica. I know how wonderful it is to meet again after a long period of cut off.
        Yes, it is great to connect again and as you say, share our thoughts and events. 💕.

        Miriam

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    • Hiya, B, this cute colourful thing 😊 I found out is called Arum Italicum.
      I am sure each country has a more local name but personally I find the
      Latin one very apt. X

      Miriam

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    • Andrea, thank you for your beautiful comment. I also stood there wondering
      about this one plant pushed itself so straight through the undergrowth.
      There is joy in such courage and beauty in the achievement.

      Miriam

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  1. Miriam, what a gem of a poem and your words shine even more light on this most unusual flower! I’m glad you found out its name and I’ve been able to read more about it. A beautiful reminder that even in the starkest of places, life and light glimmers through … we must never lose that hope! hugs xx

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  2. Annika, I feel great joy reading your beautiful comment, thank you.
    It is wonderful to read your words about how the plant reminds us of hope.
    Trust in that light glimmers through even the starkest of places.

    Like you I felt so glad when I found the name of the plant. Quite stunning. 🤗.

    Miriam

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