Treasure Island

Tess Tessier

(04221974)

Sunflower's in the field


I came upon a field of sunflowers. Their pedals reaching to the sun for it's warmth and love. I stood amazed in it's beauty. The sparkling of the fresh dew of the morning dripping off like tears of joy.

Their aroma filled the air with fragrance of love. I noticed a bee. It wings emitting a humming sound. The sound so soothing I wanted to dream. I watched as the bee embraced the flower so carefully as if it found it's lost love. I stood in amazement as it was focused on this one and only flower.

I stood in the field and I looked up at the sky. The sky so blue and cloudless. The day was bright and I felt the warmth of the sun on my face. Joy over empowered me as I closed my eyes and took in all my senses.

As my eyes closed I became overjoyed with emotion. No longer was I standing in the field of sunflowers, but laying in the field of your love. Your hair brushed against my chin. Your soft skin touching my face. I open my eyes and I gazed on your smile. I felt as if I was the bee and embracing the flower and drawing in your love. I could feel you with all my essence. You laughed and my heart fluttered. Your eyes as blue as the sky warming every aspect of my soul. I closed my eyes

I came upon a field of sunflowers. Their pedals reaching for the sun for its warmth and love. Today I fell in love.

Submitted: Tuesday, April 02, 2013
Edited: Sunday, April 07, 2013

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I wrote this as I felt empowering emotion of the person I can't live without.

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