There is a flower Nymphs – favor-
And Fairies – prefer –
To gain the Purple Ambrosia
The Pythia – desire –
Author’s Note: The flower word for Ambrosia is “love reciprocated”. The Pythia, a sacred prophetess devoted to god Apollo in ancient Greek Delphi, lived a rather secluded solitary life, perching on the brink of social isolation, for she sacrificed herself to the devotion to Apollo, the beautiful god of the sun, music, medicine, and knowledge. But it is quite possible that this Pythia might have secretly fallen in love with a mortal man for no other reason than being a woman of flesh and spirit. Lamentably, her love was unrequited and never returned. She was cursed to live alone till her last breath on earth.
“Bluebell Haze” courtesy of ArtTudor Store
The tears of dryads in a forest, naiads in waters
over the death of their beautiful prince
morphed into the flowers of dainty bluebells
vowing to the constancy of doleful remembrance
of the once fair face of their beloved with kisses.
P.S. I love the flower words of Bluebells: Loyalty and Constancy.
Dog Rose; Pleasure
The pink petals,
The green leaves,
in amatory embrace
in ephemeral ecstasy.
Sweet Pea; Goodbye; Thank you for a lovely time
Farewell wishes bloomed on the petals
in sweet gratitude
for the memory of beautiful nostalgia
in colorful pleasantness.
Orchid; Beautiful lady; refinement
The constellation of brilliant faces
of splendid beauty
vying for the enchantment of love
by the hands of the adorers.