After the war ended, they came back to the battlefield every year. They had been soldiers once, and they returned to remember their comrades who never went home. They would look out across the battlefield and see survivors from the other side, but never called to them.
Each time they met there, he would bring a pocketful of seeds, and surreptitiously plant them during the reunion.
As time passed they brought their children and grandchildren with them to learn their history.
One year both sides looked across the battlefield and saw their grandchildren, playing together in a field of wildflowers.