a bed of roses

a bed of roses


  • easy option
  • a comfortable or luxurious position
  • an effortless, happy situation
  • a luxurious circumstances
  • a trouble-free living

Example Sentences

  1. She found that taking care of old parents was not a bed of roses.
  2. Making money is not a bed of roses, so wake up early and go to work.
  3. The life of the royal family is a bed of roses in United Kingdom of Great Britain.
  4. Before separating from family my life was a bed of roses in Australia because my Mom earns for family.
  5. My friend told me that he want to live a bed of roses without hard work, winning the Jackpot made his dream come true.
  6. Buddha preached that people those who live a bed of roses they suffer more because one day sorrow hits everyone in life.
  7. The corrupt leaders have made their life a bed of roses with the help of black money.
  8. How you can make your life a bed of roses without working very hard?
  9. I never believed miracles but after meeting Brian Greene, a dull and old but diamond ring that he found in his garden made his life a bed of roses.


A bed of roses idiom is originated in England and it a sounds quite old expression. At very first, this idiomatic expression was found in a poem called “The Passionate Shepherd to His Love” written by Christopher Marlowe also known as Kit Marlowe published in 1599 after the death of the author.

And I will make thee beds of roses
And a thousand fragrant posies,
A cap of flowers, and a kirtle
Embroidered all with leaves of myrtle

A 15 Comments


AuthorKenneth writes on 6th January 2019

Marriage is a bed of roses. Mainly thorns with beautiful, fragrant flowers on top. Endure the thorns, enjoy the flowers.

AuthorDominic writes on 19th November 2018

Living with other people happily make life a bed of roses.

AuthorJubril Ayomide Musa writes on 27th September 2018

Life for girls is not a bed of roses either she behaves unscrupulously or morally.

AuthorDiya Sarkar writes on 25th February 2018

Life is not a bed of roses or one have to face many challenges

AuthorUmesh Pratap writes on 3rd January 2018

Love from both sides is a bed of roses.

AuthorTinosse writes on 14th December 2017

Well planned life is bad of roses.

AuthorDauda Majik writes on 7th December 2017

A point in a derby match is not a bed of roses.

AuthorSandeep writes on 28th October 2017

I never believed life to be a bed of roses until I met my dream girl Rajkumari.

AuthorPomax writes on 15th September 2017

Being left in a journey of love isn’t a bed of roses.

AuthorYasnine writes on 14th April 2017

It is easy as pie. 😁

AuthorPraveen Kumar Reddy writes on 20th January 2017

Whenever we take a bold decisions, whether it is comes a bed of roses or not.

AuthorArshdeep writes on 23rd November 2016

Life with parents is bed of roses.

AuthorArchana Kapoor writes on 5th March 2016

One of my favorite idioms! 🙂
Cheers, Archana

AuthorShobhna writes on 30th November 2015

Don’t run away from your problems, life is not always the bed of roses

AuthorDhairya writes on 20th March 2016

Good, I love to read about this cute idiom.

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