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Til Death Tattoo
(207) 518-9197
365 Fore St
Portland, ME
 
Hallowed Ground Bodyart Studio
(207) 774-0008
610 Congress St Ste B
Portland, ME
 
Pins && Needles Tattoo && Body
(207) 774-8282
259 Saint John St
Portland, ME
 
Pins & Needles Tattoo & Body
(207) 774-8282
259 Saint John St
Portland, ME
 
Bombshell Tattoo
(207) 775-4411
574 Congress St Ste 2
Portland, ME
 
Trust Public Land
(207) 772-7424
377 Fore St 3
Portland, ME
 
Sanctuary Tattoo
(207) 828-8866
20-36 Danforth Street, Suite 213
Portland, ME
Hours
TUE-SAT;11-7

Sanctuary Tattoo
(207) 828-8866
31 Forest Ave
Portland, ME
 
Trust Public Land
(207) 772-7424
377 Fore St Ste 3
Portland, ME
 
Sanctuary Tattoo
(207) 828-8866
31 Forest Ave
Portland, ME
 

Narcissus tattoos

Narcissus Tattoos -  The Narcissus flower is perceived quite differently in the east than in the west. Whereas in the west, the Narcissus flower is seen as a symbol of vanity, in China, the same flower is seen as a symbol of wealth and good fortune. The ancient Greeks believed this plant originated from the vain youth, Narcissus. He died after becoming so obsessed with his reflection in a pool he could not leave. The Greeks say that the gods turned his remains into the Narcissus flower.

In ancient China, there is a legend about a poor but good man, who was brought many cups of gold and wealth by this flower. Since the flower blooms around this time of year, it has also become a symbol of Chinese New Year. Narcissus bulb carving and cultivation is even an art akin to Japanese Bonsai. If your Narcissus blooms on Chinese New Years, it is said to bring you extra wealth and good fortune throughout the year. On top of that, it has one of the sweetest fragrances of any flower. So it is highly revered in Chinese culture.

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In Hawaii, the Chinese Chamber of Commerce of Hawaii sponsors a Chinese cultural festival, called the Narcissus Festival, culminating with a beauty pageant whose winner is called the Narcissus Queen.

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The daffodil is the national flower of Wales. One species, Narcissus obvallaris, grows only in a small area around Tenby. In Wales it is traditional to wear a daffodil or a leek on Saint David's Day (March 1). This has led to suggest...

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