Crookneck squash… you are very unique when it comes to taste. Alone, raw, you do not have much of a flavor – you almost taste like nothing. You do not seem to please me with this because how could you be unique, but not have a taste? Well… after a while of pondering about you and your puzzling features, I think of you as air. One can feel it when it is windy, one can smell the sweet aromas it transfers throughout the world, one can hear it when it makes the leaves tremble, however, it is transparent to the cameras of one’s life.
Like air, one is not able to use all of the senses one possesses to understand the mystery behind objects like you. Like many things, one is not always given an easy path to take to make decisions or to unreveal the many mysteries one ponders about each and everyday. Like how you in one’s mind is intended to fulfill one’s desire of hunger, life does not always allow things to happen the way one intends for them to happen.
Nevertheless, you definitely enhance the flavor of a dish when you are added, making you discrete from others. You are complex. Your features have to be withdrawn in order for one to understand you, and for one to be presented with an opportunity to appreciate you. Therefore, you are great because what you have to offer is beneficial to another. Like air, you are mysterious, but what you have to offer is of one’s need.