By Deliana
2 years ago

Red roses

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What’s more classically romantic than red roses? Almost everyone knows, or should know, that a brilliant bouquet of red roses is the perfect way to declare feelings of romantic love. Whether in celebration of an anniversary, wedding, Valentine’s Day or even National Romance Month, there is no mistaking the implication of passion, desire and above all, love, associated with red roses. So, how has the red rose become what it is known for today?
It’s probably safe to say there’s no more prevalent or enduring symbol of love and beauty in Western culture than red roses.
Red roses often appear in poetry, literature, classical artwork, contemporary films and everywhere in between. Renowned Scottish poet, Robert Burns, compared his love to a red rose in the poem Red, Red Rose, and the card “soldiers” in Alice in Wonderland lost their heads for painting white roses red, just to name a few classics.
These fragrant blooms come in varying shades of red, which also carry different symbolic meanings. For example, a bright red rose signifies romance, while burgundy means a love that has yet to be realized.
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Deliana @Strabunica013 Thank you so much, my dear! 😘😘😘
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Strabunica013 @Deliana Cu multa placere ! 😘😘😘
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