The World’s Most Beautiful Roses

The world’s most beautiful roses.

Once upon a great queen, in whose garden were the most beautiful flowers of every season. She loved roses above all, that’s why he had them of all varieties, from the wild green leaves and the smell of apple to the most beautiful rose of Provence. Grew near the palace wall, coiled on the columns and window frames and, entering the galleries, stretched over the roofs of the halls, with a variety of colors, shapes and perfumes.

But in the palace lived the sadness and grief. The Queen was lying sick in bed, and doctors said he would die. “There’s a way to save her,” said the wisest of them. Bring him the world’s most splendid rose, which is an expression of pure love and more sublime. If you can see before their eyes close, not die. And you are going to old and young, from near and far, with roses, that grew the most beautiful in all gardens, but none was required. The flower from the garden of love, but even in him, what rose was the purest expression of love and sublime? The poets sang the world’s most beautiful roses, and each held their own. And the message ran across the country, to every heart that beat with love, ran the message and reaching people of all ages and social classes.
No one has yet named the flower, “said the sage. No one has pointed out the spot where it blooms in all its magnificence. Roses are not the tomb of Romeo and Juliet or the Walburg, although its flavor is always exhale legends and songs and so are the roses that fell from the bloodied spears Winkelried, blood flowing from the sacred chest of the hero who dies for his country, although there is no death more sweet or more red rose that blood. Neither is it wondrous flower which man devotes his life watching day and night in single room: the magic flower of science.

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  1. Thank you for your story. I have taken the liberty to edit your story for clarity. I have done this hoping better understanding may be enjoyed…

    Once upon a time lived a great Queen, in whose garden were the most beautiful flowers gathered from every origin. She loved roses above all, that’s why she had them of all varieties growing outside her dwelling. There grew flowers smelling of apple with wild green leaves to the most beautiful rose of Provence, France. These gathered flowers grew near her, just outside the palace wall, coiling on the columns and window frames. Tracing the galleries, they stretched over the roofs of the halls, with a variety of colors, shapes and perfumes.

    But inside the palace was filled with sadness and grief. The Queen was lying sick in bed. Her doctors said she would die.

    “There’s a way to save her,” said the wisest of the doctors to all who would listen. “Bring her the world’s most splendid rose. This rose is an expression of pure love, yet even more sublime. If she can only see this rose before her eyes close, she will not die. To find this rose, one must seek it, asking among the old and young, going near and far, seeking the roses growing most beautiful in all gardens.”

    An artist who was present with the doctors heard the words of the wisest one. He chose to seek this rose for his Queen.

    What the wisest one did not tell the artist who seeking this rose was this. It was not actually a rose that was required. The rose of which the wisest spoke grows like a flower within a garden of love, yet it is more sublime. It grows within expressing love, beautiful and sublime.

    The artist began his journey and continued for years, always seeking this rose for his queen. He discovered many beautiful roses growing all over the world. Each one was unique and wonderful. He kept seeking this rose for his Queen with such devotion, that the story of his journey spread amongst the people of every country. This story inspired every heart that beat with love, within people of all ages and social classes.

    The wisest one also knew that no one has yet named this, which grows like a flower within. He knew that no one could point out when or where it would bloom in all its magnificence.

    What the artist kept seeking was like a most beautiful rose. It is not a rose that can be found at the tomb of Romeo and Juliet. It will not be found in Germany at the Walburg. Still, its beauty and fragrance inspires greatness, the heroism of legends and songs.

    One form this beauty and fragrance takes can be found in the story of a warrior, Arnold von Winkelried, who threw his body upon the enemies pikes to a make way that his people could prevail. He did this for what he loved most, to save his wife, his children, and his countryfolk. Though blood has poured from the sacred chests of many heros, who have died for what they loved. Martyrdom in this way is not required.

    This which grows within like a flower, like the most beautiful rose, does require at least as much faith, persistence, and devotion as Winkelried for it to bloom. It is so valuable men devotes their lives to these pursuits that a garden may grow, bloom, and flourish. That which grows like a flower within must be tending day and night for this purpose. Scientists of the past have demonstrated these qualities, which is why that flower has begun to bloom these past hundreds of years. Scientists today are tending this same garden that more flowers may bloom.

  2. just beautiful

  3. May all bloom for most beloved. Beloved is not captured by any garden, and garden is.

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