Symbolism #2

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A symbol that represents the following ideas.

beauty (a red rose)
wisdom (an owl)
love
evil

Can someone help me with 'love' and 'evil'
Can't seem to figure out what symbolizes them.

Thank you very much.

  • Symbolism #2 -

    love: a heart

    evil: witch

    is that what this is talking about??

  • Symbolism #2 -

    I think the devil or Satan would be a better symbol of evil than a witch.

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