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This time of year, the winds blow and all those little helicopter-like seed pods from the maple trees come twirling down through the air. It looks like snow, there're so many. Tree Twizzlers. Twirling, spinning. Dropping to plant their little maple feet in the soil and spit up a couple of tiny green leaves in a couple of days.

Spring is a gorgeous season here.

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Funny, I've been eating more than my share of red "Twizzlers" lately. My children call them "big red fish," because they share hue and consistency with Swedish Fish (red fish), their favorite treat. Eating them without count brings to mind the indelible pleasures of summer blockbusters past, sitting in the winking light of "Coming Attractions" and feeling indulgent.

It's much nicer to imagine nature achieving the same effect.

May 5, 2008 | Unregistered Commentervacheqirit

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