Sunflower

A flower that never stopped twisting
its whole body according to the flapping
of a butterfly or dung fly in a garden,

as if a sunflower kept turning its neck
toward the Sun; Feeling sorry for the
flower, when the butterfly or dung fly

stops flapping and lands on the flower,
the flower or butterfly-eater looks dead
or sleeping just like a sunflower that lost

the Sun in dark night. How fortunate that
this flower or butterfly-eater is not a
carnivorous plant.  Even sitting on the

flower, the butterfly or dung fly is wondering
if this flower really is a sunflower; Yeah,
the flapping of the fly would never stop.

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