Easy ;-) Just
- open Gimp,
- draw flower,
- save as ASCII-art (as flower.txt),
- open editor, insert flower.txt and
- read into variable using here doc (or read via DATA),
my $flower = <<'EARTH';
_QQQf QQQ )??????
]QQQQQ ]QQf jQQ/
]QQQQQ/ QQQf jQQQf
]QQQQQQ/ _QQQ _QQQQf
]QQPQQQ6 ]QQP _QQQQQf
]QQf]QQQQ/ ]QQf _QQQQQQf
]QQf 4QQQ6 ]QQf _jQQQQQQQf
)WQ6 ?QQQf ]QQf _QQQQQ']QQf
QQQf 4QQQ/ ]QQf _QQQQP' QQQf
4QQQ QQQQ ]QQfjQQQQf ]QQQ'
)QQQ/ )WQQ6]QQQQQQQ' _jQQf
4QQQa ]QQQjQQQQQP' jQQQ'
)QQQQ6/ 4QQQQQQQQ jQQQP
Or read it from the file, e.g. using File::Slurp
my $flower = read_file("flower.txt");
.oO( ... rather SOIL than EARTH ...)
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