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Re: PHOTO: TB: Poesie

I think a poesy was a small bouquet of flowers carried or worn by women
during the middle ages.


Elmsterj@aol.com wrote:
> I'm still trying to figure out how to pronounce the name of Poesie and
> guess what it might mean. I arrive at 3 possibilities, none of them
> making a great deal of sense to me:
> 1.) Poesy (po-eh-see): the practice of writing poems
> 2.) Poesie (poe's-zee): Someone from Edgar Allen Poe's family?
> 3.) Posy (po-zee): My mother always referred to flowers as "posies".
> Anyway, it's a right nice flower.
> Elm
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