My sister was once creeped out seeing a group of white Chrysanthemums at my table. It was kind of funny, but it’s justifiable because of the flower’s meaning and where it’s most commonly used. But when I looked at this bouquet that costed me not that much, I know I just love these flowers like no other. I won’t go technical in this post, but if you want to know more about Chrysanthemums and their symbolism, check this out.
At first, I just fell in love with one of the flower’s meaning, which is honesty, that I took a liking of the flower itself. But Chrysanthemums represent more than that to me, with its variety of colors.
People commonly use the flowers at sacred occasions including wakes.
Death. That’s why everyone’s weirded out by my choice. But see, by having this flower by my side, something would symbolize the bad parts of myself dying. It symbolizes beauty beyond meaning. It symbolizes the death of the worst parts which is when the best parts start to bloom. It’s why I realized how much the flower represents me. That’s why I fell in love with these flowers.
Many flowers convey meaningful symbolism, and we can get to choose flowers which represent us, or flowers which we want to be described with. Sunflowers, daffodils, tulips, gummamelas (one of my favorites), roses, and all the flowers emanate beauty that’s totally more than what meets the eye. In the least, you shouldn’t be so prejudiced and opinionated when you happen to meet a person who has queer tastes. Flowers or anything else.