Bear Island Bruiser Posted March 12, 2013 Share Posted March 12, 2013 I'll jump in here because we discussed this a bit in v.42 http://asoiaf.wester...20#entry4157506The black petals could represent both Jon's future in the Night's Watch and the doomed love of R + L (which Jon is living symbol of, as @JS notes in the Blue Rosetta Stone thread) That's my takeaway from the aforementioned discussion. @JS may have a more in depth analysis...Ahhh cheers for that didn't read as much as I probably should have. I'm guessing the 'dying' petals would be a sign of him getting the occasional knife in the back as well?One of the other things that grabbed me was how the blue rose that flowered in a wall of ice spread sweetness around. Would that be Jon (trying to) bring the wildlings and other together? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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