When beauty fades

I always feel a bit iffy about throwing dead flowers away; even when they have wilted and their colours have faded and they look quite sad. I feel like I have abused them for their beauty and have so ruthlessly disposed of them once they start to fade. Hmm. Maybe I just think too much.I remember someone telling me to throw out all dead flowers even those that are only just beginning to fade - bad luck, she says. But I find there is a certain beauty to a flower that has wilted.

Thoughts, anyone?

3 Responses to When beauty fades

peas and carrots said...

I like to press my flowers between heavy books, only i forget all about them until i next open the book.
Thanks for stopping by and leaving a comment. Unfortunately the blue skies have all disappeared and it is windy and cold.

Proctor&Cruz Designs said...

creative people can find beauty in every flower,wild or cultured, fresh and wilted. So is about people,aren't they beautiful at every stage of their life: a baby, a young girl,a woman of a respectable age.
You are a real romantic
love your post

Bree said...

I agree with you. Wilted flowers, in my opinion, still have its beauty. Even more beautiful in a sense. <3

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