. . . witness a blossoming

“. . . I have lived here long enough that many words for the things of this particular Northwest world rise at sight.  Osoberry my mouth said before I knew what I was seeing.  The earliest blooming native shrub.  Indian plum.  Oemlaria, which I mispronounce almost certainly, but happily.  A private Oregonian form of yoga. . . . ”

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