Two living things
(In this case – 2 organisms a fungus and a cyanobacterium)
That have come together
For the benefit of each and both
To survive and thrive on sun, air and water
In all kinds of environments
This is common with all living things
It’s a book in my head
Words always being written
With each living breath
It’s about all things
Each tiny bit
That make it a whole
Most of it I do not know
A jig saw puzzle
With endless pieces
Moving, shifting, re-designing
With each new addition
With each new subtraction
To all that is beauty and of wonder
To the ever-present horrors
About all that is never seen
About all that is never understood
It’s a book not yet put to paper
For I have not come to the end
Sometimes I Wonder
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