Sadje is our host for the What do you See photo challenge.
For the visually challenged reader, this image shows a shot of a green field, in the center of which is a flowerbed shaped like an eye and the flowers planted to give an impression the eye is staring directly forward.
She was tired of being green. It didn’t matter from which angle she was viewed, she was always a dull, boring green. Even the clover had no flowers and she was home to their green leaves until one day a bee brought her a gift.
‘I have pollen,’ he announced. ‘I will spin and dance in your fine greenery, then my friends will come and do the same.’
She laughed gaily as their wings tickled, the sound gathering in the breeze bringing sunshine to her meadow.
Soon, she felt a stirring and gentle tugs as tiny forms began to shoot upwards within her centre.
Within just a short period, she was no longer green and could see far up into the blue sky, watching the gentle flurries of white clouds pass over, and feel the occasion kiss of the tears of rain to help her charges grow.
‘Thank you Mother,’ she whispered.