roses are red violets are blue

Roses are red and violets are blue..Actually, it’s a well-known adage to describe the two most beautiful flowers. This is set to be a good description of the relationship between humans and nature. Know more about the natural beauty that flowers can bring about and how it can become a part of your everyday life

“Roses are red violets are blue”

Listen to and watch the video of the nursery rhyme “roses are red violets are blue” below.

Roses are red, violets are blue
I don’t sleep at night ’cause I’m thinking of you
Alone with my thoughts, trapped in this bed
Know I’d give the world just to see you again
I’ll believe it when I see it
‘Cause you said you’re moving on
Yeah, I’ll believe it when I see it
‘Cause we both know you’re not that strong
‘Cause slamming doors and crying out
I thought it’d get you back ’til now
Roses are red, violets are blue
I don’t sleep at night ’cause I’m thinking of you
Alone with my thoughts, trapped in this bed
Know I’d give the world just to see you again
And your imperfections perfectly drawn up
But I was a fool to think you were in love
So roses are red, violets are blue
It’s all in my head, no matter what I do
It seems you’ve lost your love for me
Even though just two weeks ago you were happy
It seems you’ve lost your sympathy
But I guess it’s my fault cause I let you slip from me
I didn’t believe you’d ever leave me
So please, just listen to me now
Roses are red, violets are blue
I don’t sleep at night ’cause I’m thinking of you
Alone with my thoughts, trapped in this bed
Know I’d give the world just to see you again
And your imperfections perfectly drawn up
But I was a fool to think you were in love
So roses are red, violets are blue
It’s all in my head, no matter what I do
So roses are red, violets are blue
It’s all in my head, no matter what I do

roses are red violets are blue poems

She bath’d her brest
the boyling heat t’allay;
She bath’d with roses red
and violets blew.

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By 1784 a version that resembles the current version of the poem was published in Gammer Gurton’s Garland:

The rose is red
the violet’s blue
The honey’s sweet
and so are you.
Thou are my love and I am thine;
I drew thee to my Valentine

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