Posted by: Ron DuBour | May 14, 2016

The Meaning Of The Roses~by rldubour


 

 

The Meaning Of The Roses~by rldubour

Red roses have had meaning since the dawn of time.
The symbol of it being, that love is on your mind.

Just add the color white, what symbol can this be?
The bouquet of red and white, this means unity.

Red roses say I love you, also stands for courage and respect.
Their rosebuds symbolize beauty, you’ll know in case you get.

Can also mean pure and lovely like heaven is above.
And white rose buds means girlhood and much to young to love.

The single rose stands for simplicity in what we choose to do.
A bouquet or roses in full bloom signifies gratitude.

White roses have more meaning, as you will clearly see.
“You’re heavenly,” reverence and humility, innocence and purity.

Pink in general mean gentility and grace.
A double meaning for this rose seems to have taken place.

Deep pink stands for gratitude and appreciation.
Light pink conveys your sympathy or your admiration.

Yellow stands for friendship in your life you share.
Can also stand for gladness or just to say you care.

Red and yellow blends say your jovial with happy feelings.
And pray we take this to our end that we now are dealing.

Coral or orange roses denote enthusiasm and desire.
Like the feeling that you get when someone sets your heart on fire.

Deep burgundy means “unconscious beauty” that sometimes you don’t see.
Pale colors convey friendship and also sociability.

The moss colored rose stands for confession of love.
As you’re by someone’s side and think so much of.

Hybrid tea roses mean “I’ll remember you always.”
For better, for worse and for the rest of your days.

Sweetheart roses are saying just that.
You are my sweetheart as a matter of fact.

Two roses wired together forming a single stem.
Means engagement of coming marriage that this message does send.

A full-blown rose over two buds signifies secrecy.
This sounds like trouble to me.

Withered white roses have two meanings that you will shortly see.
First is fleeting beauty and the second is “you made no impression on me.”

A crown made of roses signifies reward and virtue.
And finally the leaves of the roses, they are the symbol of hope you never want to lose.

R.L. DuBour


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