In poetry, songs and even slogans, flowers are the most common and popular natural living organism that artists / poets use in most of their masterpieces when they want to describe or explain their ideas in an artistic manner. We often hear the phrases ‘ Say it Flowers’. But why do most of the writers use flowers in their writings? Probably, flowers are the epitome of all the natural beings in the world. They can symbolize beauty and tragedy as well. They can be compared to life and death, happiness and sorrow, beauty and madness and other things in this world.
Flower quotes are also rampant even up to today’s poems and writings. This is because flowers are considered to be independent. They have a voice of their own. And by just simply looking at this natural being, people tend to be filled with different kinds of emotions. These emotions depend on the blooms that flowers can provide. It can be joy, peace, and confidence, love, optimism, and renewal, regret. Flowers let us feel a whole spectrum of emotions. They have also been acknowledged as a form of medicine. They contribute to the over all appearances of heritage and culture.
Flowers can also become a symbol of wide variety of things. It can be love, romance, friendship, family, relationship and so many more. It also symbolizes the value of hope and commitment. In the realm of this artistic world, flowers play a vital role in the overall creation of literature. More than just the living things that we see in our surrounding, flowers serve humanity beyond its main function. Hence, it can provide us a better and artistic way to become creative in our own ways. Lastly, flowers are the symbol of poetry, both the positive and the negative.