White roses are a symbol of purity and innocence. There’s something special about them that’s hard to explain. Maybe, it’s the rich, sweet fragrance that profusely fills the surroundings all year round, especially, in the summer. Once called the ‘bridal flower’ as they decorated every wedding before the discovery of red roses, they represents unity, young love, and new bond.
“The earth laughs in flowers.” Ralph Waldo Emerson
Come Spring and tulips are blooming everywhere in North America. In the parks, gardens, and the sidewalks. They delight you with their stunning beauty and vibrant colors. They sway gently in the spring breeze. Their charm is unmissable and infectious. But did you know tulips are planted in the fall to make way for the beautiful blooms in Spring?
The allure of April is in witnessing the transformation of a bud into a blossoming flower. The joy is in soaking up the myriad colors of nature and the countless species of flora that come alive. In sharing this sentiment our guest writer Vijayalakshmi Abhishek presents ‘Pink Mandevillas’.
“The clearest way into the Universe is through a forests wilderness.” John Muir
The allure of April is in witnessing the transformation of a bud into a blossoming flower. The joy is in soaking up the myriad colors of nature and the countless species of flora that come alive. Sharing the sentiment our guest writer Sugandh Swani presents ‘Drumroll’.
“Springtime is the land awakening. The March winds are the morning yawn.” Lewis Grizzard
Spring promise, birds chirping, days get longer, daffodils bloom whilst warm temperatures, green meadows soothe the eyes, leaves sprout on bare branches, at last, nature promise emerging from a lasting slumber
“Twilight fell: The sky turned to a light, dusky purple littered with tiny silver stars.” – J.K. Rowling
Today, Hints Of Life share’s ‘The Listening walks’ by Vijayalakshmi Abhishek. Walk along to witness the joys of nature in this heartfelt nature tale.