Play, sport, steadfastness, rebirth, tranquility, and caution are all symbols of play.

Apollo and Zephyr were both in love with a Greek mortal named Hyakinthos, according to Greek mythology. Both gods were envious of one other’s feelings for Hyakinthos. Apollo was teaching him how to throw a discus one day. The discus was blown back by Zephyr, the god of the west wind, and hit Hyakinthos in the head, instantly killing him. Hyakinthos’ blood gave rise to a flower, which Apollo named Hyacinth. The Hyacinth is a flower that represents the arrival of spring and renewal in New England. The flower is associated with wisdom and peace of mind in Christianity.

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