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Nature's Palette

By Bernadette Chiaramonte

When April winds arrive, and the soft rains patter onto the awaiting Earth, small white heads of bloodroot, nestled among the dried leaves, stand at attention among the ragged, wooded roadsides. I am as fascinated by the green capes that wrap them so gracefully as I am by the blossoms themselves.