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Perhaps the first word we think of when we hear the word Rose is the word Love. Roses are considered to be an intimate gift by some. Most of us are familiar with Roses. Most have seen a Rose, held it, and deeply inhaled its fragrance- though the fragrance causes headaches for some. But just how familiar are we with the Rose? How intimate are we with it? In this book, I'll explore the various parts of the Rose in more detail without getting technical. Many things in this book you'll already be familiar with. I hope you enjoy the memories. If you're looking to give an intimate gift like a Rose, perhaps it will make it a more special gift if you're more intimate with it. Every species has their own language. This is the Word of the Rose. I hope you read it with a Rosy disposition.

©Since 2018 Dale Stubbart (P)2018 Dale Stubbart

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More than just a flower

An interesting little listen about the parts of a rose and how the terminology has spread to more than just describing a flower.

I was entertained by both the author’s writing and the narrator’s performance.

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