I did think about awakens but then settled on awaken because, although heather sounds singular here it grows in clumps with many heads and never as one flower so, although I would never say heathers in my mind it is more than one so, therefore, plural. I could be wrong but awaken just sounded right to me. Perhaps others could give their thoughts on this?
Perhaps this question needs to be posted in Luce's grammar threads haha!
To me (no expert) awoken means that someone wakens you physically whereas awaken mean you wake by yourself but, honestly, I think the question arises from the word heather in this instance. As I said before heather grows in clumps, each with many flowers but it is never called heathers. I just don't know for sure though ????
Ohh haha if I hadn’t read one of your comments, I would have still think that by heather you were referring to a person. Silly me. Heather wasn’t capitalized, so, obviously, this piece wasn’t about a person. It’s about a plant. Lovely imagery. It makes me want to visit some day. . . To experience it physically rather than mentally.