What does this quote mean?
“No lover leaves a rose garden without blood on their hands”
- Larry K.Lv 73 months ago
You don't have to leave the garden. Anyone who gives their heart to anything bleeds. The young experience a transitory intense joy and never know, or have not yet experienced, the pain and self-sacrifice that love demands. It seems to me that more people in this frenetic world that I will soon leave grasp love with gloved hands. When they feel the pricks that one must endure when you give your heart, they leave the garden. They don't have blood on their hands. If they do it's not their own.
- 7 months ago
To me it means you must suffer for something you love/ work hard to accomplish your goals. Some of the answers are interesting tho!
- sparrowLv 78 months ago
It means paradise turns out not to be so perfect.
- Anonymous8 months ago
Because love might look pretty as some sweetly perfumed flower but it's attached to thorns of all kinds that rip the skin, causing bleeding and pain. Hidden thorns that no lover can avoid. It's a warning that love will cause you to bleed. Ever been really in love? Yeah. Exactly.
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- 8 months ago
What comes to my mind is the Bible scripture that says perfect love casts out fear because fear is torment.
- ∅Lv 78 months ago
they are paraphiliacs.
- L.N.Lv 78 months ago
It refers to the pain that sometimes must be endured to experiance something beautiful. Roses are beautiful, but have thorns. Likewise love can be a beautiful, but often painful thing.
- angieLv 58 months ago
They can't keep their hands to themselves