The Sunflower: An Easter story

Long ago the sunflower was a dark brown blossom and it always drooped toward the earth. Sunflowers grew in the garden in which the Lord was entombed. The light of the Resurrection swept across them. Ever after, their petals have been transformed into 

golden yellow, and while they 

hang downward 

toward the earth at night, at the first break of sunlight, they spring upward toward the sun.

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