《花·女词》 by 呀呀(Yaya)

Flowers’ Symbolization in Chinese Culture 

牡丹          Tree peony             (Mǔdān;  symbolize royalty in ancient China. Now it commonly symbolizes prosperity)

梅              Plum blossom       (Méi or Méihuā;  symbolize honor, love, hope and so many others. See HERE)

杜鹃花       Rhododendron simsii    (Azalea / Dùjuān Huā;  symbolize beauty, sweet love and chastity)

木兰           Magnolia liliiflora   (Mulan magnolia / Mùlán; symbolize faith, dignity and loyalty)

茉莉           Jasmine                  (Mòlì; symbolize purity, attraction and Chinese tea culture)

彼岸花       Lycoris radiata        (Red spider lily / Bǐ’àn Huā; symbolize seduction and ingratitude, “gentleness from devils”)

海棠花       Malus spectabilis   (Asiatic apple / Hǎitáng Huā; symbolize parting and nostalgia for lover or home)


A kagune is composed of Rc cells, which flow just like blood, can become as solid as teeth and can be described as “liquid muscles”. A kagune can be repeatedly hardened and softened at will by the ghoul.

"You know why a Spider Lily is called the flower of separation? It’s because the leaves and the flowers can never meet. The flowers can only blossom when the leaves are all withered away. They miss one another to grow the sprout and bloom the flowers, but in the end they leave their yearning for each other and never unite. Isn’t it beautiful? Even in death, they seem to miss each other like lovers." — The Bride of the Water God