Since ancient times, spring has been associated with youth and life. During autumn and winter, weather conditions cause many plants to dry out and lose their foliage. With spring, on the other hand, they are reborn and the flora regains its splendor. For this reason, the arrival of spring is experienced with joy; celebrations are even organized.
Spring can also refer to the ideas of rebirth, rejuvenation, and renewal. In literature, spring represents youth, a time or phase in a person's life when he or she is said to be in the "prime of life" because, in the spring, plants bloom, the sun shines more, and the days are longer.
Spring gives us warmth and makes the flowers spread their fragrance. This season gives the opportunity for the plants to grow again and new seedlings will sprout out of the ground. During this season, the world naturally revives and gives energy after winter.
It is worth mentioning that, traditionally, spring is also linked to love and the beginning of relationships. It is common that many bonds are born on the first day of the season.