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Passion Fruit

Passion Fruit


In the heart of a lush Scottish forest, where ancient trees whispered secrets and sunlight danced through the leaves, there lived a charming pair of squirrels named Angus and Bonnie. Angus was a dashing young squirrel with a bushy tail and bright, curious eyes, while Bonnie was his beloved, with a graceful leap and a playful spirit.

One crisp morning, as the mist rolled gently over the forest floor, Angus embarked on a quest. With a determined gleam in his eye, he scurried through the underbrush, his heart set on finding the perfect gift for Bonnie. After much searching, he stumbled upon a patch of wild strawberries, their crimson hue glowing like rubies against the emerald green of the forest.

With nimble paws, Angus plucked the most exquisite strawberry he could find—a plump, heart-shaped fruit that seemed to shimmer with sweetness. Delighted with his discovery, he hurried back to Bonnie, his heart pounding with excitement.

Bounding up to Bonnie with his precious gift held aloft, Angus presented her with the heart-shaped strawberry, his eyes shining with adoration. "For you, my darling Bonnie," he declared, his voice filled with affection.

But instead of the delighted response he expected, Bonnie's expression grew puzzled, then troubled. She took the strawberry delicately in her paws, turning it over with a furrowed brow.

“Angus," she said softly, her voice tinged with sadness, "do you not see what this represents?"

Confused, Angus tilted his head to one side. "Why, it's a symbol of my love for you, Bonnie," he replied earnestly. "A token of my affection, as sweet and precious as you are to me."

But Bonnie shook her head, her eyes brimming with emotion. "Angus, my dear, in our society, the heart shape represents something else entirely. It's not a symbol of love, but of... of desire. Of attraction. It's like... like the shape of a squirrel's hindquarters."

Angus's heart sank as Bonnie's words sank in. He hadn't meant to offend her—he had only wanted to show her how much she meant to him. But now he realized that his gesture had been misunderstood, and his heart ached at the thought of Bonnie feeling objectified.

“I'm so sorry, Bonnie," he murmured, his voice heavy with regret. "I never meant to make you feel that way. Please forgive me."

Bonnie gazed at him tenderly, her eyes softening with understanding. "Oh, Angus," she said gently, "there's nothing to forgive. I know your intentions were pure, and I cherish your love more than anything in the world. Let us forget this misunderstanding and continue to cherish each other, heart and soul."

And with that, Angus and Bonnie nestled together beneath the canopy of the forest, their love stronger than ever, as they watched the sunlight filter through the leaves, casting a golden glow over their woodland home. And Angus silently promised himself that next year he would give her a funny shaped carrot again, just like he did every other year...

Passion Fruit

  • Created using my imagination, AI and digital manipulation.


    The image is printed on high quality semi-gloss (satin) photo paper with an overall dimension of 210mm x 297mm (A4), with or without a mount.


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