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Red Tulip, It Stands With Its Soul Laid Bare To All

“I love tulips more than any other spring flower; a tulip lays bare its very soul. From its deep red outer petals to its shiny red inner petals, dusted by pure captured yellow sunlight.

Tulips are the embodiment of joy and grace, its faint, delicate scent is the embodiment of pure unadulterated nature and is there anything more charming than the cheerful way they hold up their wide open faces to the sun, to me they seem so graceful and modest, always on the alert to the slightest touch of a chance Zephyr, to sway to and fro in enjoyment of life as much as they can and never being fearful, of looking the sun directly in the face.”

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