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Every-Day Edit: Roses Aren't All Red

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The rose is the offishul flower of june. When most people think of roses, they think of the color read, but roses actually come in many colers. Each color has a speshul meaning. Red roses symbolize love, while yelow roses symbolize friendship. Pink roses is perfect too show appreciation, while white roses suggest purity an innocence. There are even black roses which are used to symbolize deaf.

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The rose is the official flower of June. When most people think of roses, they think of the color red, but roses actually come in many colors. Each color has a special meaning. Red roses symbolize love, while yellow roses symbolize friendship. Pink roses are perfect to show appreciation, while white roses suggest purity and innocence. There are even black roses which are used to symbolize death.

 

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