Golden Touch

King Midas loved roses along with his daughter, they both lived in a castle
His love of roses was consumed by the greed and money of gold and the only thing he liked more was his daughter.
These two golden rings represent the dad and the daughter, but the daughter did not like the gold she liked roses and natural beauty.
King Midas helped this old man and later the old man said I will grant you one wish because of king Midas' s act of kindness


Created with images by PublicDomainPictures - "business cash coin" • zoonabar - "Crown" • LoggaWiggler - "rose blossom bloom" • jans canon - "Bodiam castle" • image4you - "euro coins currency" • Elsie esq. - "Rings" • Leroy_Skalstad - "homeless man color"

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