Contritus Williamus Opines: Raindrops Keep Falling on My Caladiums

By Contritus Williamus

Water on a caladium. Photo by DELTA BOHEMIABN

Water on a caladium. Photo by DELTA BOHEMIABN

Only God could have designed a weak, singular, 2-inch Caladium leaf—recently emerged from bulb status—to break through Poor William’s pobrean soil and red mulch, to stand proudly beneath the garden giants: cordyline, aspidistra and iron maiden, while holding one precious drop of water! Glory to God! If you zoom, you can see multitudes of faces within the raindrop.

Click to continue to see the world of the raindrop on the caladium leaf.

Water on a caladium. Photo by DELTA BOHEMIABN

Water on a caladium. Photo by DELTA BOHEMIABN

Water on a caladium. Photo by DELTA BOHEMIAN

Water on a caladium. Photo by DELTA BOHEMIAN

Water on a caladium. Photo by DELTA BOHEMIAN

Water on a caladium. Photo by DELTA BOHEMIAN

Water on a caladium. Photo by DELTA BOHEMIAN

Water on a caladium. Photo by DELTA BOHEMIAN

Water on a caladium. Photo by DELTA BOHEMIAN

Water on a caladium. Photo by DELTA BOHEMIAN

Water on a caladium. Photo by DELTA BOHEMIAN

Water on a caladium. Photo by DELTA BOHEMIAN


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