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Once plucked, a cherry represents the loss of innocence and virtue.
A cherry tasted, its flesh pierced by appetite, is a virgin no more.
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- The caduceus derives from the Greek 'karykeion', meaning 'staff of the herald'. It appears in images of the ancient Egyptian god of wisdom, Thoth, as a magic rod with twin snakes.
It was originally meant to convey ownership and was also meant to deter theft.
Lost or stolen animals without brands were nearly impossible to identify...
more - Certain fruits have strong fertility symbolism, and a deep red, ripe, juicy cherry is no exception.
The cherry has come to represent chastity and purity as the fruit ripens on the tree.
A cherry surrounded in flames speaks of unquenchable desire, passion and lust...
more - In Japan, cherry blossoms (sakura) are a metaphor for life.
Other variations show a staff entwined with twin serpents, topped with a pair of wings, or a winged sun and no snakes.