flowers laugh? I think they do whenever they bloom.
It feels so good to sit into your Flowers Garden early morning and smile with the blooming flowers.
I think they laugh at dawn and dusk when it is impossible to see them laughing; but, the sound is all around you.
Yes I believe they do. They rise up to the sun and wait for a human to pass by and catch their beauty or scent. Once we do, the flower is sure to laugh. Laugh from delight is making us stop and admire.
I t hink they may even sing - quietly of course - in the dawn chorus. Great idea.
I'm sure they do laugh and they definately sing, just watch pansies in the breeze all thier little heads nodding in time
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