I landed on the idea of dead daisies as imagery from the idea of society being a broken model that I learnt from Graham Hancock’s talk on the War of Consciousness. A flower cannot last forever and when it dies it decomposes and becomes part of the growth of new plants. I see this as a representation of society: when a society dies out, a revolution must occur, incorporating parts of the previous model and adapting from it.
I chose daisies because they symbolise innocence, something I feel is lost these days because so many elements of society is corrupt. Time for a revolution, nearly time for society to decompose and become something new.