“How many roses barely bloom?” the late French singer Daniel Darc wondered. We could all count summer petals forgotten between the pages of a book, the bouquets bought too late, the withered poplars on the cusp of spring. There’s the flower that we smothered with care, the groves we’ve never entered, the hedges that watched us grow and the seasons in the city, which we never see .
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