When the winters ended, most of the plants got a kick start for their year long journey. They blossomed, and the landscape was filled with a scenic enigma. But not each of the flower made up to the finals. Many weaker ones got drifted with the wind, many others were plucked away by birds or animals, and the remaining ones, were still waiting cross-fingered.
Flowers and insects, like butterflies and bees, share a mutual relation of giving. The flower produce nectars specially to treat them and insects have inbuilt baskets in their legs to collect pollens. Both show a tacit understanding, without words they understood what other wanted, this is surely THE ART OF GIVING!