Honeys are of course, produced by bees. It’s a continuous process to sustain the biological activities of bees. Ever wondered why bees attack anyone who tries to collect the honeys? I do wonder it. In science, they call it defense mechanism. But I call it “who the hell do you think you are to steal my hard work” mechanism.
So, speaking of the bees, a bee needs a flower to collect these nectars necessary for the production of honey. Strangely enough, a flower needs a bee to be pollinated. It’s a two-way process.
But, there’s this one flower, blooming in every way, and stupidly seeing only one bee among the pollinating colony. The one bee though? Has never been attracted to the flower. It already has its flower loyally pollinated even before the other flower started to bloom and laid eyes on the bee. This one flower tried to change itself, compromising its color & fragrance & appearance, hoping one day, the bee will take a look on the bed it was planted. And surely, the bee saw the flower. Of course the flower was super delighted, the word super duper happy is an understatement. The bee look at its petals, and its sepal, and the pistil and stamen, even took a look at its receptacle… the flower was just waiting, and hoping.
But the bee has it’s own flower already.
And the only thing the flower can wish is to have a change of heart.