What makes the rose wild is her untamed spirit and adamant refusal to be defined by anyone or anything other than herself

The juxtaposition of soft rosy eyes and cheeks against raven hair and alabaster skin conjures up thoughts of similar images where hard and soft marry perfectly. Think of leather on lace, black on white and the contrasts of a strong woman’s character. She is determined, brave, lively and worldly with sense of humor but at the same time she can be serious, very fragile; seeking love and attention. The polarity is the true source of her beauty – because she embodies all characteristics abundantly. Her need for love will never diminish her bravery and determination; her worldliness doesn’t take away from her spirituality. She is a wild rose, existing in that perfect balanced space of soft red petals and hard, rigid thorns. Today she can be mild like a cup of sweet tea and tomorrow a strong drink of scotch. On either side, she stands out and leaves an impression with her unforgettable features and magnetic personality.

The petals of a flower, though delicate and soft – have a certain strength about them, considering that they remain upright and beautiful as they are tested by the elements of the seasons. The beauty of our wild rose is just as bright and radiant through life’s various seasons. What makes the rose wild is her untamed spirit and adamant refusal to be defined by anyone or anything other than herself. This power glitters and the brightness of her lips speaks to the glow and strength she radiates. Every girl possesses this power and sometimes some gorgeous war paint is needed to remind her of how bold she is. The rose’s petals fold and curl around each other – creating layers of mystery and hidden quirks; there’s always something new to discover and treasure. Our wild rose cannot be described in few words but what is clearly undeniable is that she is a perfect gem.