Taylor Swift Forget me not Myosotis sylvatica shirt

Taylor Swift Forget me not Myosotis sylvatica shirt

Welcome the new day with a nice T-shirt. Last week Taylor wore a shirt that is the flower Myosotis sylvatica. Punchtee.com store sells this Taylor Swift Forget me not Myosotis sylvatica shirt to give a gift to fans. So what is the message that Taylor wants to send? From the idea of a petal with a mouse ear (Myosotict Latin is “mouse ear”) and because they belong to the Scorpion Grass family because the inflorescence is bent like a scorpion tail. This is a small flower but full of vitality and has a nice scent, naturally distributed in temperate regions. In the 15th century in Germany, it was thought that these flower-carrying people would never be forgotten by their lovers.

Taylor Swift Forget me not Myosotis sylvatica shirt

 

Legend says that in the Middle Ages. Our genuine clothing store has a Taylor Swift Forget me not Myosotis sylvatica shirt. A knight and his lover went along the river. The knight tried to spit a bunch of flowers, but due to the heavy armor, he fell into the water. When he sank, he threw the bouquet to his mistress and exclaimed “please don’t forget me”. So this flower is associated with romance and tragic fate. It is often carried by girls as an expression of fidelity and eternal Love. It is also told in a religious story that when Jesus was a child, one day sat on the Virgin Mary’s lap and said that he wished that future generations could see them. He touched his mother’s eyes, then waved his hand on the ground and the blue flowering flowers appeared.

 

Taylor Swift Forget me not Myosotis sylvatica shirt, ladies, v-neck t-shirt, tank top, flowy tank

 

According to legend that it was Mary’s eye color. Punchtee.com store is selling this  Taylor Swift Forget me not Myosotis sylvatica shirt.  Hence the name For get me not. Myosotis sylvatica is often associated with nostalgia of love and sincere love. A German legend explains the origin of this beautiful little purple and blue flower, as well as its meaning in the language of flowers. Knowing the name is not one who does not pay attention to flowers. Flowers have become a source of poetry, a sensual source of many people about friendship, male and female love, affection of brothers. Many people look silently at the flowers growing on the rocks on the banks of streams without seeing their hearts flutter.

No matter what name the flower calls. This is the updated Taylor Swift Forget me not Myosotis sylvatica shirt 2019 trend of Punchtee store. This is a flower always reminiscent of an immense sympathy, a deep and silent memory that cannot be forgotten. sweet, rustic but extremely charming. That’s why many girls love this flower. Not only that, it is also loved by bringing a very meaningful message. It is a symbol of gentle, sincere and rustic love. In addition, it also means the rise in life. The special thing is that if someone gives you a purple bouquet, it means that the person wants you to never forget that person. That’s why it is also called the flower “Forget me not”. Flower lapis.

Taylor Swift Forget me not Myosotis sylvatica sweater, hoodie, and long sleeve

 

There is a very convincing legend of the German explaining the origin of this beautiful little purple and blue flower. This Taylor Swift Forget me not Myosotis sylvatica shirt is available at our Punchtee store, this is a new model for 2019. As well as its meaning in the language of flowers: One day, there was a young knight and man.Love is walking along the banks of the Danube. The girl saw a bunch of blue flowers floating down the river: “I want that beautiful flower!”, The girl shouted. Immediately, her brave lover launched herself into the river and picked up the floating flowers.

But hey, because of being entangled by the weight of the knight armor, he was unable to get past the slippery river despite trying his best, feeling he was quickly sinking, he threw flowers. to go ashore for his lover and with his last breaths before sinking, he called her a word that said: ” Forget me not!”

 

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