The rosemary at the corner of the house is in bloom. It’s wild where the rosemary blooms. The bee hides there. See her? Almost dead center–a black spot just left of a cluster of flowers that nature decorated with moss blown from the oak tree by the wind. I thought I had her when she hid in time between the opening of the shutter and its closing. She has her right to privacy, I suppose.
The rosemary, like all memory, is wild and full of bees. I’d say this is true especially where it grows thickest. Notice that here, around the corner, in such a graceful sweep towards the future nothing hides, and one wouldn’t believe I’m such a careless gardener. I’m actually not a gardener at all. Even without intention I turn out to let the wild things be. And despite that, or because of it: a classic sweep of grace.