What does this quote mean?

I have a wall stickers in my room. Huge dandelions and "May my love, riding dandelion fly."
Anytime someone comes over I ask what they think it means and everyone says something different. The comma kind of throws me off.
I'm not sure if is from a book or what.
But what do you think it means?


Most Helpful Guy

  • It's a quote of hope and in that hope, for love to be found. Like the seeds of the dandelion that are borne on the wind, errant on the lightest breeze, hopefully not falling to the earth barren without the seed germinating and growing into something beautiful... just my take on it


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What Guys Said 2

  • Okay I am going for
    May my love ( my love ) ,
    riding dandelion fly ( fly on the seeds of the dandelion in the wind back to me ).

  • When dandilions pollinate, their seeds are spread high into the air. So your quote is saying may your love be attached to one of the seeds and fly high into the air and travel far.

    • That's what I thought, but the comma really bothers me.
      The way it's set up sounds like the dandelion seed flies until the love stops.
      I feel like it should be love-riding or something besides the comma lol

    • It should say

      May my love, riding dandelion, fly

    • Thinking about just taking it down. It didn't come with another comma lol

What Girls Said 1

  • I don't think it means anything.

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