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The language of flowers.
Who do these apply to?

I came across this article in Open Salon & thought to share it with you all.
The pictures of the flowers won’t come out but you will get the idea.
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The practice of attaching sentiment to flower was most certainly not invented by this humble and lovelorn author! Indeed, the ancient Greeks, Orientals and Victorians discovered and developed the floral communiqué centuries ago. M. Chariot has only troweled deeply into the original science to upheave the more floriographic translation - for the person of sophisticated breeding.

When the elegant gentleman or lady truly understands the adult meanings and symbolism of various flowers, shrubberies and plants, a bouquet of blossoms and leaves may be selected and arranged so as to express the most complex and sophisticated feeling - a floral poem, as it were. While the bouquet might convey several thoughts, a single flower or leaf transmits a more exclusive message. And take note, dear reader: any article scented with a particular flower - such as a lace handkerchief, a torsolette, a glove or a letter on parchment - can have considerable effect!

At my tiny salon in The City Of The Angels, a pleasant evening’s diversion is achieved by setting aside an hour for the floral conversation. Guests select blossoms from a scattered assortment to transmit their subtlest thoughts and feelings. Thereafter Love frequently blooms!

Sweet flowers alone can say what passion fears revealing.
- Thomas Hood, The Language of Flowers

M. Chariot’s (Adult) Language of Flowers

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Aster
Were I less refined I should throw myself at you!

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Bachelor Button
My celibacy is threatened by desperate longings!

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Cyclamen
To Hell with you, my Darling! Goodbye forever!

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Diosma
Your simple elegance drives me mad with aphrodisia!

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Eupatorium
Obsessed, I shall stalk you to the end of time!
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Fern
My fascination with you has me thinking the unthinkable!

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Grass
I am shocked by subtle homosexual feelings!

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Hyacinth
Stop playing games you rash creature!

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Ivy
Anxiety permeates my every thought of you!

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Jasmine
Your sensual depravity leaves me trembling with desire!

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Kennedia
I am captivated by your intellectual beauty!

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Lily Of The Valley
You have humiliated me!

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Monkshood
My love for you endangers us both!

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Nasturtium
Your heel digs deep into my beating heart!

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Orchid (Cattleya)
Mature charms make me swoon!

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Petunia
My darling only you can soothe this madness!

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Quaking Grass
My desire for you leaves me horribly agitated!

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Ragged Robin
I am dazzled by your discreet witticisms!

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Starwort
A passionate love between strangers in the night!

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Thornapple
You inhabit my dreams - and my nightmares!

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Vine
Fantasies of you leave me drunk with lust!

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Witch Hazel
Your glamour and allure have cast a spell on me!

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Yarrow
My soul is healed by your erotic attentions!

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Zinnia (Whirligig)
Though you’ve escaped, I think only of you!  

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Bonne Saint Valentin!

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