“I’m more of a weed.” “I like weeds. They’re survivors.” ― Leigh Bardugo, Siege and Storm
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“A weed is but an unloved flower.” ― Ella Wheeler Wilcox
“A flower doesn’t lose its beauty because weeds mocked it.” ― Matshona Dhliwayo
“If you see a dandelion as a weed, you’ll spray it. If you see it as a flower, you’ll draw it close, turn it this way and that, and become lost in the colossal burst of slender golden petals that spew sunshine into the darkest of souls. And so, how many things have we sprayed that could have illuminated our souls if we would have let them be more than what we let them be?” ― Craig D. Lounsbrough
“Feuds are weeds… Once it’s grown roots, it’s harder to dig up; and it’s far easier to spread.”
― Emory R. Frie, Giant Country
“Don’t plant weeds in your garden if you are only hoping for flowers to grow.” ― Anthony T. Hincks
“A man of words and not of deeds, Is like a garden full of weeds.” ― Benjamin Franklin, Fart Proudly: Writings of Benjamin Franklin You Never Read in School
“But what attracted me to weeds was not their beauty, but their resilience. I mean, despite being so widely despised, so unloved, killed with every chance we get, they are so pervasive, so seemingly invincible.” ― Carol Vorvain, A fool in Istanbul – Adventures of a self denying workaholic
“They’re just weeds, love, they don’t belong anywhere.’ Her granddaughter stuck out her bottom lip and furrowed her brow. ‘That doesn’t seem very nice. Everything belongs somewhere.” ― Kathryn Hughes, The Letter
“The strongest and most mysterious weeds often have things to teach us.” ― F.T. McKinstry, Ascarion
See the world around you!