What Does the Rose Symbolize?


Roses have often been associated with love. The color of a rose represents the feelings love can embody while the thorns remind us that love is sometimes painful but the pain is worth it since the bloom of love is so beautiful.
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Flowers can have a variety of symbolic meanings. They commonly represent love, affection, commemoration, ressurection, life and innocence.
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