Monday, June 18, 2018

Hope beneath the Loss

"Hi, Pink Carnations!" 
"Hi, Chrysanthemums!"
"Oh wait there come the Lilies," said the chrysanthemum.
"I also see Yellow Roses in that lady's hand." 

The Daffodils, Tulips, and the Gladioli with the yellow and the white carnations come along. 


All these flowers are placed on the coffin while humans stand in a circle with folded hands.  
At first, these flowers greet each other. Excited to form a concoction. 

These blossoms together emit a fragrance that makes the Homosapien realize as they cry softly upon the loss that there is hope and promise even when pain and heartbreak surround them.  


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