Flowers Just Because
So delicate, yet so beautiful
No special reason
Could you just once bring me flowers "just because" , not because we've had a fight and its to make up, not because it's my birthday, our anniversary, or any other special day, but just because.
I love fresh flowers. I always have. But I have found that very rarely does a person get flowers "just because". Don't send me flowers when I am in the hospital, I'm usually too sick to enjoy them. Don't wait until I die, my eyes are closed, I can't see them or smell their sweet fragrance.
Flowers are special, one of God's most beautiful expressions. Colorful, bright, cheery, and best of all they can be found free. You don't have to have money. Pick a bunch of wild flowers, a handful of daisies, or even dandelions.
My point is this, don't wait until someones gone and then wish you had given this special gift. It can bring a smile to the face of a person grounded by depression, saddened by a loss or just to someone having a bad day.
Flowers sent "just because" show love, thought, consideration, and most important appreciation if received unexpectedly. Don't wait until Mothers Day, Valentines day, or Christmas to share these beautiful works of art.
What I'm trying to say is give them "just because " , it makes them much more special, and who knows, you might get lucky. Anyway it could only make a relationship more special when she or he knows you were thinking of them.
After all when it is unexpected theres no need to say more... No words needed.
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