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    full many a flower

    Full many a flower is born to blush unseen.


    Could anyone explain this sentence please?


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    Re: full many a flower

    Many flowers die without being seen - there are millions of flowers in flower, so not every one can be seen.

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    Re: full many a flower

    It is also a metaphor about how some of the most wonderful people in the world and their accomplishments can pass unnoticed.

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