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If you don't know the time
adventurous serene,
ah do not look for roses
of vergin morning.
Ah! Don't look for a flower
that contrasts to your sorrow!
A brown flower is enough for you
over the falling crin.
Of pale Hyacinths
Your garland is;
or my young girl,
you are so pale.
In that color they are dyed
your beautiful honest eyes,
that flower resembles the mores
your lonesome
Antonio Peretti
In symbolic language the Hyacinth symbolizes Benevolence, perhaps in memory of that demonstrated by Apollo towards Hyacinth. It also means jealousy and the acceptance of an appointment. It is also a melancholy flower that awakens pathetic and mournful ideas, and many poets have made it the emblem of mourning.