My aim is to maintain original content sourced to an experience with the entity. This recent post is via referencing a buddy(Neek Supreme) to a Japanese online magazine blog(honeyee) The fellow Seiji Nagai posted it into his catalogue and I’m carrying it on with a unique spin to the felt message intended.
‘Where have all the flowers gone’
‘When will they ever learn?’ is her impact phrase of the gripping song. Flowers don’t learn in the sense we do, however if we aren’t seeing any there is quite a bit to think about touch. Her questions are concise, ‘where have all the young men gone’ ‘where have all the young girls gone’ ‘where have all the graveyards gone’ all of them seem to hardly make sense as they can’t possibly tie in.
Young girls picked them every one. The flowers are new creations, new opportunities, new hope, new joy, new excitement, new understanding, new discipline, new love. Where have these things gone? i.e how is this feeling growing towards us, or those in need. When will they ever learn? Is there a turn to take or your mind to make. In a roundabout way she gets you to view all of this and guess what material makes the most sense. Flowers grow in a loving happy place because of the care and planning beforehand, then they have the strength and discipline to push through the soil and give it all back in just as good a way.