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Coriander Sins

Author’s note: Another in the Language of Flowers series.

I did not think of him

When we stole away the night.

I did not think at all… 127 more words

Writing

The Eglantine Rose's Lament

Author’s note: A poem I wrote in a series entitled The Language of Flowers.

I died a hundred times for you

But my love, he never knew… 104 more words

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Be of Good Cheer

“After every storm the sun will smile; for every problem there is a solution, and the soul’s indefeasible duty is to be of good cheer.” ~William R. 49 more words

Flowers

April 18: Daisy

Today’s flower is the Daisy. In the Language of Flowers, the Daisy connotes “Innocence. I share your sentiments. Gentleness. Loyal love. Purity. Faith. Cheer. Simplicity.” 92 more words

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April 17: Crocus Blossom

Today’s flower is the Crocus Blossom. In the Language of Flowers, it conveys the sentiments of “Youthful gladness. Attachment. Cheerfulness.”

The various colors of Crocus Blossoms also carry their own meanings: white blooms for purity, innocence, and truth; purple for dignity, pride, and success; and yellow for cheerfulness and joy. 65 more words

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April 16: China Aster

The flower of the day is China Aster. Its sentiments are “Love of Variety. Fidelity. I will think of you.” in the Language of Flowers. 75 more words

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April 15: Birch

“Meekness” is the sentiment conveyed in the Language of Flowers by the Birch, the flower for this date.

Although commonly called the Spruce Goose, the Hughes H-4 Hercules was actually made almost entirely from Birch wood. 74 more words

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