Vincent\'s Sunflowers

Vincent’s Sunflowers

We’re watching you view us,
Clawing out at you and the empty air, desperately.
Falling limp soon our leaves will no longer protest,
In a smoothly sculpted prison our endless eyes plead.

Free us to live again, as we were so alive.
Stirring shortly in the summer meadow’s long easy breeze.
Alas, now overtaken in a fiery tiresome death, we mournfully sigh.
Frozen, as we were before stolen quickly, snapping so sickeningly!

Yes, we can see you admiring us.
Can you free us from the cage of this eye candy stage?
Time is drawing our forlorn faces down, ticking sadly against us.
Mother nature warned the end would come for us either way, eventually…

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