Larks may be tiny, but they are cultural powerhouses.
Throughout much of Europe and parts of North America, the Lark is seen as a symbol of Hope, Prosperity, Renewal, and Family. The bird represents everything that is good in humanity and it is no surprise that the masters like Chaucer
relied heavily on their imagery to add spice and depth to their literary pieces. Larks sing toward the southern wind and are symbolic of Life, Love, and the dawn of good fortunes. ...Continue Reading →