The reflection of British wildflowers in emotions.
Ranunculus repens or acris. Responsible.
Typical of buttercups with their shiny yellow petals, this plant is a serious weed of farmland and gardens. Cattle refuse to eat ranunculus because of its acrid taste so the plant spreads when those around it are eaten. Many types of ranunculus are poisonous, but when dried for fodder, the effect is neutralized.
We are all responsible for the way our life turns out. Each choice we make leads us along another branch which could, in the end, lead to an undesirable consequence; in other words, poison us. The bully is responsible for their aggressive actions, the distraught child responsible for not standing firm. In the worst scenario, the person born into poverty must make a stand to rise above their circumstances. I'd hate to think how I could face such a tough life. But in the end when the product is dry, we must all be responsible for doing something as part of a job or role, or being the primary cause of something and so able to be blamed or credited for it.
Proverb: Seek and ye shall find.