There’s a reason for everything

On the porch with coffee this morning I wonder if there is a reason for anything until we give it one. And so I give a reason to this thought which comes while a chain of geese who winter on the valley floor here fly between me and the morning mountain skyline to the southwest, and the edge of morning flares along the eastern ridge.

And as quickly as it appeared, the thought is gone.

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