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The early morning air smelled clean and crisp as I stuck my head out the door Breathing in deeply I smiled and turned to make my way to the coffeepot I thought of the day ahead as the aromatic steam of the Jamaican blend tickled my senses Deep in thought about the day ahead I decided to take an early morning stroll outside I looked around surprised at the miracle Mother Nature had painted in the predawn light As I started my trek across the dew-dampened grass I took in all the wonderful sights I noticed the fog hanging in the treetops as if it were finely spun silk Spider webs glistened like delicate fairy wings The single earthworm made its way randomly through the damp grass An unseen bird sang to its mate As I took a sip of my coffee I appreciated the peace and quiet around me The feeling of oneness washed over me It was overwhelming The morning was mine I shivered the dampness had started making its presence known Tiny beads of dew formed on my bare arms I welcomed the coldness But alas it was time for me to make my way back to warmth and comfort As I turned toward the door I suddenly noticed out of the corner of my eye a single rose bud Feeling as if I was in a trance I found myself standing in front of this magnificent specimen I leaned over slowly cupped my hands around the delicate bud and drew in a deep breath Its scent was intoxicating It immediately reminded me of cotton candy and baby powder It was if a drug was coursing through my veins My knees felt weak and I slowly sank to the ground I stared at the single bud and took in its beauty The tiny green leaves wrapped protectively around the small pink bud the points reaching up for their first kiss from the
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