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The Power of Flowers

"All the flowers would have very extra special powers" This is a quotation from Lewis Carroll's Alice in Wonderland. Flowers are a symbol of peace and love through the ages. From the"Flower Power" movement of the 1960's, when activist and youthful pacifist Jane Rose Kasmir was photographed putting a flower on the bayonets of guards in the Pentagon during a protest against the Vietnam War on October 21, 1967. A Moment in time that goes on in American culture and heritage to reflect a moment of peace in a time of warfare, representing a new type of passive resistance, chased by Ginsberg's 1965 essay titled How to Make a March/Spectacle. Throughout the late 1800's a woman rejecting a suitor might send yellow roses. During world war one a man departing for a conflict abroad might give his girlfriend forget-me-nots. Many people today remember that red roses imply"I love you," but floriography itself was largely forgotten, a Victorian practice where particular types of blossoms meant different items.

In some cases flowers may have a more grim representation like calla lilies in a funeral. Recently evidence of blossoms dating back to the ancient period have been discovered through'Flower Fossils'. Archaeologists uncovered skeletons of a man, two women and an infant buried together in soil containing pollen of flowers in a cave in Iraq. 


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