‘Obligated Flower’

 

To experience a pleasurable gift given with intention blossoms great satisfaction like the slow, thoughtful growth, beauty of the bonsai, unlike the grown-for-quantity flower fields where blooms are grown not to live, but rather to die, in a vase, upon a desk, for temporary appeal, where the task to enliven a mundane space rests solely upon the sacrifice of an obligated flower.

Red & Blue Make Green [p 10] by TK Camas

My first novel, available October 20th on Amazon!

 

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