Wyckoff, Jeff
November 2010
American Rose;Nov/Dec2010 Annual, p7
The author examines what makes the rose the most beloved of all the flowers by humanity. The author believes that the primary attraction of the rose, aside from its color and fragrance, is that it is an almost perfect symbol of the human condition. He says that like roses, all humans have thorns and life is often a struggle with disease. He mentions that humans are also tough and resilient like the rose.


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