But roses are blue as well.

And purple. Deep purple. Almost black.

Actually, some are black. Black roses.

Perfect for February Fourteenth. Vampyre’s Day.

Vampyre’s prefer black roses over red.

But they also find red appealing…


A Six Word Saturday Vampyres post.


Posted by Tom Merriman

A future writer living in the present day

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  1. Oh goodness…the ones on the bottom look like eyes. Evil eyes

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    1. They do a bit, Beverly, don’t they?

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  2. Roses are red, violets are blue,

    Some poems Rhyme,

    This one doesn’t… 😀

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    1. But it has all its own rhythm, Prenin! 😀

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  3. I have a deep red rose bush. When the blooms are almost spent they turn black. It is exquisitely beautiful

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    1. I do like a black rose, Raili. They are unusual, but in a good way.

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  4. Hmmm, black roses. They can be quite exquisite.

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    1. I have seen a couple, Eugenia. Black roses and black tulips. Unusual, but effective looking.

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  5. I once saw some black roses outside a florist! They gave me the shivers argh!

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    1. They do have their own feel with them, Elaine. I do like them myself, however! 😀

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  6. I’ll take a rose of any color!

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    1. Actually, Sharon, so would I! 😀

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