The Iris that took my heart

Posted: June 11, 2015 in Faith, Relationships, Self-Love
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The iris’s history is rich, dating back to Ancient Greek times when the Greek Goddess Iris, the messenger of the gods and the personification of the rainbow, acted as the link between heaven and earth.

To the most Beautiful Iris I have ever seen.

Just tiny and small like a little bean

Your really never very clean

But you hold my heart on beams

Let this be your only love note

For All the boys I’ll choke 🙂

Where she came from and how I never saw her before. So beautiful and a pure heart. The laugh could make the hardest of faces smile. Like a thief in the night she came for my heart and I gave it up without a fight. She reminded me of the pure love that children have to offer us adults.


Every little thing was so new and fascinating to her. Showing me the coolest in everything, like a kid again. Opening my heart to receiving unconditional love. Helping me be here now in the moment. So that I do not miss a single cute thing. The blessings she offered me I lack the words for description. I am only left with feelings of intense joy and pure bliss.

The best part to this beautiful Iris is that I get to garden it. I feel like her super hero ready to save the day when I have her in my arms. Latching on to me with extreme joy in her laugh. Being able to make her smile when a tear comes to her eye has been something to be proud of. This Beautiful flower needs so much water(love) and I feel blessed to be able to offer her that in life. I want to protect her in ways that never even be taught. Let her know the signs of danger so that she may flee when need be.

With intention to never to take the place of something else. Only to offer a unique kind of loyal loving friendship with someone she can trust. A helping soul she can run to when the world gets to be too much. I see that to be and even if she is not right next to me I’ll be true as a bee. Ill never flee and always be right next to thee. You bring me so much joy at the thought of your smile. How something so small can have such a large effect on my heart.

If you don’t got an Iris, you need one 

Through its intricate history, the meanings of the iris has come to include faith, hope, and wisdom. Depending on factors such as color and region, irises may bear additional meanings as well. In some parts of the world, the dark blue or purple iris can denote royalty, whereas the yellow iris can be a symbol of passion. Irises may also express courage and admiration.

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