The Rose Family
Poems About Roses
Poem by Robert Frost

The Rose Family - Poems About Roses - Poem by Robert Frost

The rose is a rose,
And was always a rose.
But the theory now goes
That the apple's a rose,
And the pear is, and so's
The plum, I suppose.
The dear only knows
What will next prove a rose.
You, of course, are a rose -
But were always a rose.
- Poem by Robert Frost


The splendor of the rose
and the whitness of the lily
do not rob the little violet
of it’s scent nor the daisy
of its simple charm. If every
tiny flower wanted to be a rose,
spring would lose its lovliness.
- Quote by Emogirl Therese of Lisieux

Their lips were four
red roses on a stalk.
- Quote by William Shakespeare

The Language
Of Roses



Find the Best of Love,
Passion, and Romance

The Rose Family - Robert Frost - Poems About Roses


Roses - The Language of Love All About Roses| Loves Rose Garden of Poetry| Asking For Roses Poems| The Rose Rose Poems Richard Lovelace| A Box of Roses - The symbol of Love| Red Roses For Rose - Story of Rose| A beautiful story about Rose The Rose - Poem by Heinrich Heine| Rose Quotes Beautiful Quotes About Roses| A Single Rose of Love| The Rose With Thorns - Inspirational Stories| My Pretty Rose Tree| The Red Rose Whispers of Passion| Meaning of Roses| Meaning of the Number of Roses| Meaning Of Wedding Flowers| The Story of Rose - Inspirational Stories| The Scent of Roses Rose Poems| Rose To The Living - Beautiful Inspirational Poems| Twisted Rose Rose Poems by Judith Pordon| The Rose in the Deeps of His Heart| When the Rose is Gone Rose Poems| When Roses Cease To Bloom Sir Rose Poems Emily Dickinson| The Sick Rose Rose Poems by William Blake| The Rose Family Poems by Robert Frost| Rose Pogonias Poems by Robert Frost| The Language of Flowers|