Some are aglow with blossom, which clings to the gleaming splendour of newly born leaves. The bloom (a thin powdery surface coating) that cleaves (adheres or clings) to the newly formed leaves shines. The poet's description of the green bangles is accurate. They are made of glass or plastic and they glow in the sunlight.
The word "bangle" comes from the Hindi word "bandhan", meaning "bracelet". Green color was originally used for clothing because it was believed that wearing colors opposite to one's skin tone would make you feel better about yourself. Today, people use colored glasses for a similar reason - it makes them feel more vital and alive.
The green color of the glows is due to an optical effect called "iridescence". This means that when light falls on the bangle, it reflects back at different angles, producing a shimmering appearance. The angle at which the light hits the bracelet determines how much of the iridescent color is revealed. For example, if the light is shining straight down onto the bangle, only the first layer of glass will glow. If the light is hitting it at an angle, then both the layers will sparkle.
People have been making jewelry out of glass for thousands of years. In ancient Egypt, pieces were carved from a single block of glass.
Leaves have symbolic meanings in various civilizations, but in general, they represent fertility and development. Spring and summer green leaves represent optimism, rejuvenation, and restoration. Winter leaves indicate despair, loneliness, and loss.
Black or dark green leaves mean sorrow, depression, grief, or disappointment. Red leaves are passionate, excited, enthusiastic. White leaves show purity, innocence, spirituality. Yellow leaves mean jealousy, hatred, or greed. Blue leaves represent truthfulness and humility. Purple leaves mean royalty or fame. Brown leaves mean age, wisdom, and experience.
Gray leaves mean sickness, illness, or death. Ugly leaves means failure, weakness, or stupidity.
The meaning of leaves is both simple and complex. They can tell us about our past, present, and future; about success and failure. Leaves also give us an insight into the soul of those who suffer them. Grief, sadness, and loneliness can be seen in the black leaf. Anger and frustration are shown by red leaves. Excitement and joy are represented by green ones. And white leaves are a sign of peace, quietness, and forgiveness.
People who know you well may say that you've been given a gift of grace by your god.
For the most of the growth season, leaves contain more chlorophyll than any other pigment, giving them a green appearance. However, in the fall, chlorophyll begins to degrade, revealing the other colours that have been present all along: we see beautiful yellow and orange fall leaves. Additionally, under certain conditions such as high light intensity or low temperature, plants can produce red, white, or blue chlorsides which also contribute to the coloration of their leaves.
Chlorophyll is the only pigment that plants make. Therefore, if you eat green vegetables then you will be eating only chlorophyll. The other colors contained within those plants come from substances called carotenoids. Carotenoids are responsible for the color of many fruits and vegetables including carrots, sweet potatoes, tomatoes, and pumpkins. They are also good antioxidants that help prevent cancer.
The human body can't use carotenoids so they need to be converted into vitamin A by bacteria in your gut. Studies have shown that people who eat more colored fruit and vegies have higher levels of vitamin A in their blood. This shows that you get more nutrients when you eat plants rather than just meat.
Another important thing to know about leaves is that they are usually very efficient at extracting water and nutrients from the soil. This is why we often find them grown in fields or gardens where they can absorb what they need from the soil.