This picture uses the principle of variety, because it uses more than one of the elements. It uses very bright colors (red), and it also uses lines or pathways (road).
Daffodils were also known as narcissus after the myth. They often represent unrequited love, fitting for the story.
obsessedwithfairytales: Garden Fairy : The Narcissus Fairy by Mary Barker More
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'White Narcissi' by Anne Cotterill, Scottish born, a leading flower artist of her time, 1933-2010.
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jonquil | Photo of Jonquil flowers in a group.Botanical Gardens,
Little garden in cup and saucer.
Reading a poem on Pinterest and reading a board differs from reading the text of the poem because on Pinterest you actually get to see exactly is going on in the poem. When reading a poem with just text, you visualize what you are reading.