Return home, little flowers!

Have you ever thought about how years are for flowers? Well, they aren’t. I mean, most flowers last about 2 weeks – 3 months. When we go along and pick them up, imagining we’re Princesses from long ago and make a Crown of the little yellow Daisy’s that were so very happy growing in the field. Or gathering a bouquet of Babies Breath and Morning Glories for your Grandmother, we don’t think of how happy they were.

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This was in Cades Cove National park in Tennessee, in a creek.

We enjoy them for a while, but when they’re mostly wilted and brown, not at all looking like those happy, joyous things we picked not three days ago, we toss them out. The breeze and birds and squirrels picks them up and lays them down, while we’ve already long forgotten them. Then the crumpled brown flowers lie there. Then a while later we come by and see a cluster of white flowers, we pick them, again not thinking of how happy they were in there home.

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After they’re old and tired, we throw them out again, to return home (Although we don’t think of it like that), to grow beautiful again. No, flowers can’t live years. Years are a series of minutes to flowers, most nature, too. I’m not saying don’t pick them, just don’t throw them away. Let them return home, all those little daisies and Blue bells, Enjoy them, but let them return home and grow beautiful again. ~AKB/theJunebugblog

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This was in my Friend’s flower pot.
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This was also in Cades Cove National Park
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This was at the Atlanta History Museum.
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This was the very first Photo on my Camera.

Thanks For Reading! ~AKB/theJunebugblog

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