BDSM/symbolism and term
can you tell me the significance of a barren tree tattoo on a sub. and, why is the additional woman called rose?
They all mean different things and are used in different ways inside the relationship.
It is important to know the symbolism of different trees when choosing a tattoo design that features a tree or tree leaf, so that you can select the right species to best represent the exact meaning you want to portray. The following is a selection of some of the most popular trees for tattoos and their meanings.
Apple – temptation, sinfulness, magic, youth, beauty, happiness, knowledge, and learning
Ash – grandeur, greatness, sacrifice, sensitivity, enlightenment, spiritual awareness, and offering (especially to a god)
Aspen – determination, conquering fear, doubt, or scandal, lamentation, mourning, and commitment
Bay – glory, reward, honor, and deserved riches
Beech – prosperity, understanding, constructive criticism, knowledge, acceptance, and patience
Birch – rebirth, beginnings, cleansing, and renewal
Cedar – incorruptibility, protection, consistency, love, healing, and charity
Cherry – education, endurance, renewal, reawakening, new life, change, and deception
Cypress – mourning, death, sorrow, acceptance, and sacrifice
Dogwood – indifference, apathy, nonchalance, uncertainty, and questions
Elder – compassion, excitement, renewal, regeneration, whimsical, fantasy, excitement, sorrow, and change
Elm – dignity, intuitiveness, instinct, commitment, and perseverance
Fig – longevity, conflict, idleness, reconciliation, vigorousness, and overabundance
Hawthorn – contentment, happiness, hope, and the future
Hazel – wisdom, concealment, and divining
Holly – protection, edification, spirituality, faithfulness, and dogmatic
Joshua – praising, strong-willed, worshipful, and enduring
Laurel – deception, eloquence, tenacity, victory, heroism, success, and dignity
Linden – monogamy, marriage, and love
Maple – reservation, balance, practicality, harmony, and dutifulness
Oak – endurance, victory, strength, liberty, welcomeness, independence, and bravery
Palm – peacefulness, opportunity, spirituality, and contentment
Poplar – burial, death, mourning, lamentation, and the passing of time
Willow – lost love, bravado, freedom, mourning, mysticism, healing, visions, and dreams
Yew – resurrection, rebirth, faithfulness, sadness, and piety.
As to the additional women being called Rose, I am not sure where you say this or hard it, but I have not know this to be an aspect inside the D/s world at all. If you can help me I would be happy to look into it more for you.
Most have given names as well some have names the Dom gives to them, which they are called by, but adding another into a poly setting I have not found any to be called rose. A white rose if the symbol of ones whole self as well devotion and completeness to the Dom. So many use a rose inside the lifestyle to honor this.
I hope this has helped you some and thank you so much for the question.