the language of a rose

roses, the best dress up“But he who dares not grasp the thorn

Should never crave the rose.”

Anne Brontë 

why do you send roses?  not just flowers, but roses in particular.  to send love is an answer.  and when sent for no specific reason, other than to send love to the recipient, sends a powerful message of love.  a most unexpected and lovely bouquet of roses was set outside my door yesterday.  i could not anticipate who the unusual suspect was that sent this bouquet.  no card was included.  but the roses spoke.  i felt the love.  this  rose bouquet reminded me of the very first time roses were ever sent.  a precious rose picked to express love.  how original to have nature deliver this powerful expression.  send a rose for no apparent reason.  the languge of a rose is love spoken naturally.  sending roses is an expression of love for thebestdressup now!

About thebestdressup

ciao! thebestdressup is about being the best now in anything/everything and anywhere/everywhere. can this be possible? i will give it a heart and put my heart into it.
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10 Responses to the language of a rose

  1. Steve says:

    Perhaps they were delivered to the wrong apartment, haha

    Remind me when I see you and I will tell you a funny story about anonymous roses and how to use a lawyer to discover the sender.

    • ciao! as there was not a specific reason to receive such a bouquet, i actually thought, and just for a brief instant, that they were delivered to the wrong recipient. but the roses immediately spoke love, and i knew i was the recipient, although i did not know the sender at that moment. i will remind you, and mostly look forward to finally obtaining use of a lawyer 🙂

  2. ledrakenoir says:

    I have two favorites, cacti and roses – if I gave cacti so I am sure that it would be misunderstood – but why should there be a reason or cause to send roses to a woman ..? 😀 😀

  3. Beautiful roses. an expression of love.

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