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despite thorniness commercialism pusheschristmas cactusreplaces thornpricks with chromatic caresses .reminds us to beblushinglygenerouswith that most elusivegift eyescaressing only canofferin clearsite: ordinary day onceannuallyblessed blossoms .
The pink is gorgeous. And I love lights wound through trees ~ simple but always magical.
Perfect, Anonymous.The chromatic caress of the Christmas cactus makes our own pitiful attempts at light seem even more soulless than they really are.Having said that, even a curmudgeon like myself can rarely resist a grin at a lit-up fake snowman.Wonderful photos as ever, Ms.M.
Oh, your delicious Christmas cactus. I'm jealous to the extreme. Mine is sulking.
Anon: Thank you for another blessed blossom of a poem xxooShell: I just couldn't pass the chance to take photos of the light glowing through these gorgeous blossoms! I like lights in trees, too. They look magical.Thank you, Dive. The snowman is rather endearing, isn't he?Altadenahiker: We were given the Christmas cactus as a gift last year. This year, it has bloomed magnificently! I hope yours stops sulking soon.
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