Blue rose game of thrones
Elissa Carey (Author of A Game of Thrones)
Blue winter rose
Their meeting was awkward, to say the least. Jon didn't "bend the knee," as Daenerys requested, and they were both too stubborn to reach common ground on anything. But if you picked up on any flirty tension between the two characters, you're not alone. This hypothesis truthfully started with the title of the George R. She's literally the Mother of Dragons. If this symbolism holds water, though, Martin's title essentially suggests the central relationship of Game of Thrones is between Daenerys and Jon. Of course, this is all conjecture at this point, but a quote Harington gave to Entertainment Weekly about Jon and Daenerys' first encounter certainly adds fuel to the fire.
The girl was in her late teens. She wore armour that was too large and unfitted. Her long wild hair was swishing as she rode on her horse. In hiding, the prince, Rhaegar Targaryen, watched her riding passed him, as he sat among the brambles, thorns and ferns. He hoped that she never saw him. He stood up, and felt ready to follow her discreetly if he could, as far as he might. She went inside the deepest thick wooded green, that was dark as the interior of a green dragon egg.
The winter rose is a pale blue flower the color of frost. According to legend, Bael the Bard climbed the Wall , took the kingsroad , and entered Winterfell as a singer under the name Sygerrik of Skagos. There he sang until midnight for Lord Brandon Stark. Impressed by Bael's skills as a singer, Brandon asked him what he wanted as a reward. Bael answered by requesting the most beautiful flower blooming in Winterfell's gardens.
Look at Rob. Rob is biased as heck considering we know he was in love with Lyanna, almost possessive. He can not accept that Lyanna would love anyone other than him. On all other accounts he speaks favorably of Rhaegar. Look at Bran.
He could see it still: a crown of winter roses, blue as frost…. When Ned Stark is imprisoned in the Black Cells in A Game of Thrones, he has a dream about the great tourney of Harrenhal which highlights the connection between his sister Lyanna Stark and blue roses, and introduces a possible romantic element to the story of Rhaegar Targaryen and Lyanna Stark. In fact, not only are blue roses linked to Lyanna on numerous occasions, but in most cases blood and promises are also associated. Promise me, she had cried, in a room that smelled of blood and roses. Promise me, Ned.