valentines day bouquet - quotes and descriptions to inspire creative writing
"Even the roadside bloom is the creation of heaven," thought Lee, as he made a floral bouquet for his love. They were, after all, two people who had fallen to the wayside of society, there on the edges. Yet they had seen each other as unique and special blooms, and so he knew is lover would see that this was perfect Valentines Day bouquet. It was a visual poem of sorts, a symbol of their soul-bond.
The day my daughter gave me a valentines bouquet of golden daisies from our garden - it was the greatest bouquet I'd ever been given. In her tiny hands it was truly an impressive floral display, only outshone by the grin upon her face. We put them in a soda-bottle vase and placed them on the window sill, admiring them as they basked in the early morning rays.
Laura would make flowers from paper and paint and mount them upon garden sticks with tape, then present them to her mama as a valentines day bouquet. She was the cutest kid anyone ever had the pleasure to raise.
Tom would make his parents a valentines bouquet of evergreen branches, much in the same way he put together Christmas decorations. It was too early in the season for flowers, yet he loved the symbol of the evergreens, as if it meant he would always love them.