Flower Power

Vibrant colours, sweet fragrance, singular flowers or bunched bouquets thrill with heartfelt joy!  Those purchased or plucked make delightful offerings to one we wish to thank or cheer.

Brightening another’s day, claiming they are loved and dear.  Garden blooms emit radiance to those passing through our neighbourhoods.

But best of all are those innocently picked by children … to thread a daisy chain; puff at the dandelion; discard petals to the chant ‘he love me, he loves me not’; or gigglingly gifted to a much adored mother. Our inner child beams playful smiles as flowers flourish irresistible profound power.

 

Carrot Ranch Fiction – June 14, 2018, prompt: In 99 words (no more, no less) write a story that includes a bouquet. You can explore the meaning of the word or gather a bunch of flowers. Go where the prompt leads.

10 comments

  1. I love those bouquets innocently picked by children, Kate. I’m working on my own ideas for that. I hope they come together in as pleasant an arrangement as yours.

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