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A Garden of Hidden Meaning: Ophelia's Flowers

Much has been made of Ophelia’s scene with the flowers in Act IV of Hamlet. Since the scene doesn’t include any actual stage directions, it’s all up to interpretation who she gives the flowers to and why. 907 more words


Devotion and Loyalty

The meaning of the Alstroemeria is devotion and loyalty.

“Loyalty and devotion lead to bravery. Bravery leads to the spirit of self-sacrifice. The spirit of self-sacrifice creates trust in the power of love.” ~Morihei Ueshiba

Black And White Photography

Museo Sugbo voices the “Language of Flowers” with artist, Novereich Agustin in tow. The Language of Flowers stands to be more than a solo art exhibition, but also a achieved declaration that the artist has finally found his creative center after years of searching for his artistic identity.As an artist, Novereich has always been fascinated with flowers. 157 more words


Hydrangea and it's language

Although Hydrangeas season is almost over, I would like to highlight this flower in a blog.
In Japan Hydrangea is closely connected to the rainy season in June because it flowers at this particular time of the year. 807 more words


The Language of Flowers

For the last few weeks, I’ve been posting poems that are tied to flowers, part of the self-entitled Language of Flowers series. These are poems that I wrote back in high school, as part of a project for my creative writing class. 565 more words


Red Carnation's Crying

Author’s note: The final poem in the Language of Flowers series

Picking at the petals of an asphodel in bloom,

Playing in the shallows of a life still full of lights. 148 more words


The Black Rose March

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

I walk these empty halls

Like a shadow from a crack.

I knew that we were done… 106 more words