While people revel in variety we also feel kinship with those who like what we like or share the same ideas. This is the reason motorcyclists wave to one another and dog owners gather in groups of the same breed. We love talking to others who agree with us.
So what does a writer do when they believe they have flowers and the letters they receive back say they have weeds? The writer keeps writing and sending out more letters.
There are many wonderful agent blogs out there that share helpful tips when on the querying journey. Keep a list of agents and send out in batches so corrections, yes to your horror you will find a misspelled or misplaced word, can be made before the next round. Be professional because the publishing world is a small one. And take the criticism you may be lucky enough to receive through a rejection letter to improve.
Don’t give up until you find someone who sees your work for the flower you see it as. Take what the weeds have to offer and keep writing.