"Look like the innocent flower but be the serpent under't"
Many things pique my interest; art of all kinds, history, horticulture, flora & fauna, fashion, science, travel, photography, poetry and literature.
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'Choosing' and detail, by George Frederick Watts (1817-1904) Will she choose earthly vanities symbolised by the showy, yet scent less Camellias or the nobler values represented by humble looking but fragrant Violets?