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  • My Childhood Memories Of Peppermint

    That was a great time the smell of her peppermint perfume mixed with the rose was a one of a kind scent that I could only smell when she was around. Her roses were always beautiful and as she continued to get sick I would keep tending to the garden and she would sit in a chair outside and watch me and smile as I continued to do the things that she loved to do with…

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  • Character Analysis Of Molly Harper In The Vietnam War

    it except her and her gardener, Old Eddie, so when Georgie had this rose bush and when he saw her garden and how beautiful it was he wanted to plant it there; when he was told no he went over there anyways and planted it himself and he wound up tearing up the flowers that Molly’s late husband had planted for her. When Molly found out she was furious about it and she couldn't believe what he had done and so she ripped up his rose bush out of the ground and then gave it back and made him take it…

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  • Asphodel That Greeny Flower Poetry Analysis

    or jealousy. Many of the greats of literature have written about flowers and used them to explore topics and themes that others may not touch upon. The poems “Asphodel, That Greeny Flower” by William Carlos Williams, “Tulips” by Sylvia Plath, and “Rose Pogonias” by Robert Frost present themes by using figurative language regularly throughout the poems and utilizing flowers as representations. To begin, these three poems use various…

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  • Red Roses In American Beauty

    The red roses throughout American Beauty represents the desire for love and freedom. Even though red roses are a symbol of love and passion; in American Beauty we get to see that there is a lack of love and compassion for another. The burn ham family has forgotten what love feels like, all the family members are estranged from each other. But throughout American Beauty, we see red roses or the color red, and in those moments its when the character needs love the most. For example, the front yard…

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  • Use Of Personification And Allegory In William Blake's The Sick Rose

    having to let go of something he loves, whether he likes it or not. Blake 's writing, "The Sick Rose" demonstrates his feelings of loss for something, most likely a person close to him life a wife, through his various usage of metaphor, personification, and allegory to create a mood that the reader is able to relate to. Without any deep analyzing, this excerpt can be interpreted as the death of a rose flower in a violent storm. However, Blake turns this story into a completely…

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  • Why Boys Send Flowers Essay

    loving life and being captivated or challenged with finding sweetness in your world” (Universe of Symbolism, n.d.). For the colors and numbers of flowers, take roses as an example. For instance, red roses mean romance, orange roses mean enthusiasm and passion (ProFlowers, 2014). Besides, ten red roses mean “you are pretty” and ninety-nine red roses mean “I'll love you till the day I die” (RoseforLove, n.d.). Each combination of flowers specifies a meaning. The main message of boys send flowers…

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  • Personal Narrative: I Am A Rose Photographer

    What, me a rose photographer? No, I am a botanist, plant physiologist and plant pathologist. At least that is all that I thought I was until 24 years ago when my passion for the beautiful roses led me on a slightly different journey to an evacuation in rose photography. It has been an interesting and rewarding trek, but perhaps I should start at the very beginning. Many, many eons ago, when I was 6 years old, my mother helped me plant my first rose. She instilled in me a love for all types of…

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  • Personal Narrative: Why I Am A Stranger?

    Strangers are simply friends, we haven’t met yet. Strangers are dangerous. Strangers are strange. To someone I am a stranger, and to me you’re a stranger. We may become friends, or we may continue to walk different paths the rest of this lifetime. This could be down to luck, destiny, or our own life planning. Due to frequent déjàvu episodes I sign onto the internet to ferret out information. According to the medical websites, this could be the sign that a mental illness is about to present…

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  • Purple County: A Short Story

    One night in Purple County, it was the beginning of something no one could imagine. The story begins on a stormy, cloudy night when Billy’s phone rang, “Hello, who is this?” he moaned half asleep, “This better not be a prank call, you little rascals are always trying to test me. I don’t want to buy anything goodb-” “No it’s me you silly bum, sorry I just have a lot going on right now. Can you come over to my house and talk, please, I really need to vent.” said Ally, his best friend. “Do you…

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  • Personal Narrative Essay: The Story Of Widow Creek

    I grew up in a small town called Haron, the population was about 1,500. It was a small town, nothing bad ever happened. Everyone was so friendly and kind to each other. There was only one high school so all my friends were practically living on the same block as me. Most of our hangout spots were at the café or the bowling alley, there wasn’t that much to do in Haron. I lived on a small farm just near widow creek. In my town, Widow Creek was forbidden by Mayor Judson, I’ve always wanted to know…

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