In the eyes of the renowned Israelis illustrator Sveta Dorosheva, many flowers are the existing form of human beings who past away long ago. If you are prepared to listen, they are always willing to share with you some of the interesting moment they experienced in their previous life:
lets begin with Purple Iris. She says, "I was a princess. I was tormented by haughtiness and avarice. once a foreign prince asked my hand in marriage, and I rejected him like all other suitors. Bidding me farewell, he gave me a luxurious necklace with a winding mechanical goldbird and a huge amethyst. The necklace was poisoned."
Responded Yellow Ixia: "I was a schoolteacher of math. Once I slipped on oil spilled by the pupils at the class entrance - and broke my glasses. After work I crossed the road and didn't see the car... I am glad to be through with all that."
And, in an unhappy voice, Lady’s Slipper Orchid recalls her previous life: "I remember myself an old woman, grumpy and forsaken. My only company for the last years of my life was a grumpy and forsaken cat. I often reprimanded him."
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