Glow in the night flowers written by Penny V-P
Like stars in the sky these flowers will ‘glow in the night’ when they open and will mirror the formation of the star clusters in our galaxy. Hence their name ‘Glow in the night flowers’. They will absorb light from the moon and the stars mostly and a little in light at dawn and dusk.
Nature will change the course of the planet in a sudden and wondrous super nova way. It will fight back. In the not too distant future we will have virtually destroyed most species and eco-systems and so there will be a supernova flower (and flowering trees) species evolution, to allow for wonder and enchantment to remain on the planet and for the planet not to be taken over by thoughtless and mindless plant manipulations and destructions with no connections to nature and the universe and which ultimately will wipe themselves out and will not be sustainable for long.
New methods of photosynthesis and growth will evolve naturally in the flower kingdom, which have never been seen on the planet before.
A visibly glowing map to the stars will be encoded in this newly evolved flora. During the day the ‘glow in the night flower’ roots will burrow back into the ground and the flowers will close and vanish beneath the soil – they will not be visible on the surface until dusk. This will continue for centuries until the planet has recovered enough for them to reappear in day light.
The flowers will map and link to the stars, revealing most things about the universe and all things about our solar system. This new and hidden complex revolution will be a fusion of many of natures most powerful and hidden forces. As they glow and shine in night, guided by the stars, they will release scents of jasmine, orange blossom, rose and honey suckle….reproducing the scents of beautiful flowers. The power of flower will reign supreme and will be the driving force to the future…
PLEASE see the photograph ‘Glow in the night flowers’ first, in the comments box of this text in the public view.
This is a futuristic piece of prose written for a photograph of mine called ‘glow in the night flowers’. It is optomistic that our planet will have a way of fighting back from the brink of human destruction and activity and that the key to the stars and our galaxy, lies in the force of natural flowers.