Fragrance Quote for March 15th, 2012- The Golden Road, a novel by Lucy Maud Montgomery

Fragrance Quote for March 15th, 2012- The Golden Road, a novel by Lucy Maud Montgomery


Then came a little valley overgrown with the pale purple bloom of thistles and elusively haunted with their perfume. You say that thistles have no perfume? Go you to a brook hollow where they grow some late summer twilight at dewfall; and on the still air that rises suddenly to meet you will come a waft of faint, aromatic fragrance, wondrously sweet and evasive, the distillation of that despised thistle bloom.