The orphans of the lea

I don’t like cut flowers. I have always preferred the unexpected sight of a wild one,
sprouting between the flagstones at the edge of the pavement, in an unclean gutter
just beneath the eaves, or in a crack in the façade of a building, as if almost casually
reclaiming its rightful inch of the concrete jungle.

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