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Donal Mahoney


Botanical Garden


When she arrives in sunlight,
orchid ribbons flowing in her hair,
an orchid dress rising,
she finds the rest of us
standing there
simply unaware
that only she can hear
the applause
of a thousand orchids
break the air.

Submitted: Friday, March 08, 2013

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