Ds#1 had the Violet and wrote the following analogies: a purple cosmos (as in astronomy and not flower); a string bean (the stem); the optic nerve and the orbit; colored fire. He has not gone back to do any writing for this session.
Ds #2 wrote these analogies for the beautiful pink azalea: erupting volcano (my kids are so stuck on volcanoes); a group of worms; gold on a red pillow; a king with his guards; a grabber; a group of tornadoes (another fascination); ice cream sundae; a group of people; people crowding around a famous guy; lightning.
I started as a bud. The I bloomed and rain fell on my white leaves and reacted with my argouth acid* in my pedals. Then I turned pink. Then, in between my pedals, little, thin sticks grew. But one stick was special to me. It had a pink stem, and had gold glitter on it.
He stopped there because it was the bottom of the page. *He made up argouth acid for his story.
the sun; a tornado (yet another!); a duster (as in feather duster); a head of frizzy hair. He did a wonderful job drawing the details in his flower.
There's plenty of more flowers to examine for comparison and review. Their vibrant colors and interesting structures make them a natural for this process. There'll be more to come for this topic!