For every funeral in the village, people would come to Amelia to ask her for the flower arrangements. Each bouquet she had prepared held the spirit of the deceased in some way, keeping nice memories among their relatives. The blossoms remained fresh during the ceremony, and they stayed alive for a month. The scent of the gardenias and daffodils would move about with the wind consoling the mourners during those days. Time passed, and the village began shrinking. Every year, more people moved to the bigger cities. During a harsh winter Amelia died of pneumonia. The day of her funeral arrived and nobody knew how to prepare the flowers like she did. Her grave stood grey and lonely. After a few days, red and indigo bluebonnets began to grow on every side of her tomb. They survived the vicious winter, and turned cheerful and bright during springtime. The red and indigo bluebonnets accompanied Amelia as time went by.
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