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We feel happy, but flowers cry…

I know many women enjoy getting flowers from their husbands, lovers, and so on. I will not lie, it thrills my heart too when my husband comes home with flower. And again, as many times before, next time I will say that alive flowers would cheer up much more people and for longer than cut off for someone’s joy. 

I don’t know why people do not enjoy so much growing roses or other flowers in their gardens or parks but look so happy to get a bouquet of the same flowers. It’s a sign of love? But poor flowers for this sign must die? 

From the other hand, flowers are grown to enjoy us. It’s their purpose. But every time, I get flowers, I feel a strange feeling. It’s a mixed feeling: joy and sadness at the same time. 

Today, my client came to my office with this bouquet to say thanks for my job that was done a few months ago. I rarely get flowers from clients, as they pay money for my job, so it was a surprise, pleasant surprise, but how many flowers have to die for making me happy?

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  1. White rose: purity, innocence, reverence, a new beginning, a fresh start.
    Red rose: love, I love you.
    Deep, dark crimson rose: mourning.
    Pink rose: grace, happiness, gentleness.
    Yellow rose: joy, friendship, the promise of a new beginning.
    Orange rose: desire and enthusiasm.
    Lavender rose: love at first sight.


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