If you were flower what kind of flower would you be?
If you were a flower what kind would you be? Judge yourself by your personality. Are you grumpy??? do you have thorns, etc. Would you attract butterflies or flies?
I think I would be a Poppy. They seem delicate but are tough enough to grow almost anywhere and thrive even in the middle of a battlefield. That just about sums up my personality too.
They also get on with most insects, bees, butterflies all kinds pretty much like me too.
The dominant flower in the garden, I would engage in conversations with the bees that landed on me, because they probably have something good to say.
A daylily. It blooms for one day. It's decorative and practical: you can eat it! But if you don't catch it's beauty today, it will be gone tomorrow.
Well seeing as the name Krysanthe is Greek for golden flower, its a no brainer for me...I'd be a Krysanthe.
first of all, i have to to say i LOVE this question. It's right up my ally.
I would say a dandelion or sunflower. A dandelion because of it's changes through it's cycle, and that it has such great purpose. It's beautiful, highly medicinal and while you can think you pulled it's root out to roasted root coffee or just to weed your garden, it's still there. Yet, when it comes to the end of its cycle it is everywhere with a puff of wind. I am rooted to my home town and the places I've been, but I still dance where the wind takes me.
A sunflower because the Spiritualist Church adopted it because it follows the sun through the sky, representing spiritualism turning to the light of truth. I believe strongly in science, and I believe in what we cannot see. I use logic and reason and make educated guesses, but I also still have that child-like love of magic, and hold strongly to that. I want to know the truth, and I do believe the truth involves magic.
thanks for that question. it made me smile
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