So please enjoy “One red rose: The Green Kid on Middleground Plucks a Derby Trophy,” which ran on May 6, 1950.
Except for her eyes and hair, and the red rose that was like a wound over her heart, there was no colour about her.
Why do they say my father is for Lancaster and the red rose?
If you eat the red rose, a little boy will be born to you: if you eat the white rose, a little girl will be sent.
But you have not told me now, mother, why they say my father is for the red rose.
I would wear forever on my conscience the white rose of theft and the red rose of arson.
The crimson rosette they all wear is meant to represent a red rose.
Death is a great price to pay for a red rose, cried the Nightingale, and Life is very dear to all.
When he enters the room, Violet has the red rose at her throat.
There is a bride coming to Castle Dare; and the bride is dressed all in white—only she wears a red rose.