The Red Rose

A red rose is an unmistakable expression of love. Red Roses convey deep emotionsbe it love, longing or desire. Red Roses can also be used to convey respect, admiration or devotion. A deep red rose can be used to convey heartfelt regret and sorrow. The number of red roses has special romantic meanings associated with them. 12 red roses is the most popular of all which conveys Be mine” and “I love you

The creative spirit of love. True love stronger than thorns.
True red is the lover’s rose.
Amaranth red: long standing desire
Cardinal red: sublime desire
Carmine: deceitful desire (not true to color)
Fieryred: flames of passion♥



I empower you to give your story or poem life of how the rose or roses touched your life.  What gift have you received? A few pointers:

  • Upon submitting your story please select first by color.
  • I have provided information about the symbolic meanings, this is informational only, your story of a particular color may not be associated with any of the meanings and that’s OK! If there is a connection, hurray!
  • Your submission is not limited to a single rose, it can be inspired by garden, bouquet or trellis.

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2 thoughts on “The Red Rose

  1. Lori D. Nolasco 03/06/2012 at 2:31 am Reply

    My Red Roses
    – in response to “O My Love’s Like a Red, Red Rose”
    by Robert Burns
    and “Quisqueya la Bella”
    by Rafael Hernández Marín

    Oh my love’s like a red red rose
    that blooms in the gardens of old:
    heirloom rose thrives in eternal sun
    for flavors both subtle and bold.

    From quail and rose petals a lovers’ dish
    from the spirit of the Borderlands’ prime
    spring fire from the heart and sighs from the lips
    cardinal-red of desire sublime.

    Oh my love’s like a melody
    that’s sung to the beat of a drum:
    laments to call the beloved back
    that soar through the land I have won.

    Bathed by the many seas of foam
    white-plumed bird on the beach asleep
    my love runs like the sands of time
    finds the precious pearl from the deep.

    The only star in the firmament
    now offers his light once more:
    roses white-plumed birds and pearls
    shed their brilliance upon the shore.

    These seas will never run dry mi vida
    and the wind will carry my refrain.
    To the beautiful island I shall return
    and the rocks with the sun shall remain.

    • Peggy Martinez 03/06/2012 at 3:04 am Reply

      An expertly combination of Robert Burns, Rafael Quisquiya and from “Like water for chocolate” (one of my all time favorite movies) by Lori Nolasco, thank you!!

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