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Water Muse

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Summer smiles

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Smile, it’s your birthday.

Smile, it's your birthday.

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It’s the ‪Love Month‬! Let’s make everyday the day of love <3

It's the ‪Love Month‬! Let's make everyday the day of love <3

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Missy and Ally

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Happy and Beautiful

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Believe in something beautiful once again.

Believe in something beautiful once again.

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Brighten Up

Brighten Up

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Thank You

Thank You

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Nymphs by the Window

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When Women Smile

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Jump to the beat of the ocean

Jump to the beat of the ocean.

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Sonrisa

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Bethany

Bethany

Bethany

Bethany

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Lächeln

Lächeln

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Rose Anne

“Because laughter, we already know, is the first evidence of freedom.” -Rosario Castellanos

Rose Anne

Rose Anne

Rose Anne

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Candor

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Joan

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Live Happily

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Life is lovelier when you look at the fun side.

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Fun in Blue

 

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Lines

LinesHow could we have such distaste for wrinkles when every line represents a problem solved, a lesson learned, an overcome hardship, and together they epitomize a life fully lived.

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Hush

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Smile borrowed from Mona Lisa.

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Black Eyes

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The Naiad

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Sunshine

Sunshine

He took a walk

He had to
To clear his mind up
Of things
Different things
Problems
Perhaps
He doesn’t know really
But his impulse told him
As clear as crystal
Go out
You needed time
So the voice inside his head won
He took his word for it
he did go out of the room
Full of emptiness
In the hopes for finding
simplicity
Calmness
Strength to hold his tears up
And keep it together
He’s not one to conceal sadness
But another form of embarassment – not an option
He had sheltered misery
For too long
A chain of time
With a beginning none would talk about or remember
And so he walked and walked
He walked away and fast
The air
Against his face
started to make him feel better
He thanked the heavens
Half-talking to himself
At first
He didn’t know where to go
But
At the end of the long street he walked
Was a building
An old one
He entered without caution
The smell told him
Right away
What the building contained
Books
The fragrance of the old
Sheets of stalked papers
Lingered
And he had to continue on to the insides
It was a library
Or so he thought it was
A house of voices waiting to be heared
Scenes from different minds awaiting
Ears that listen
Pleas, everywhere
Longing, adventure, thrill
Mystery, happiness
Love
He took one from one of the shelves taller than him
He opened it
Scanned it
Read a line or two
It was a story as promising as the ocean
But saddening
He had to put it back
He knew what he came there for
And the truth of it was he wanted to not go out
Back to a world that dismissed
Should he need to leave the place
He promised he’ll be back
Everyday if he must
The place was a solitary shelter
Of nothingness
But not emptiness
As the walls spoke with words
He never heard before
He knew
They longed for him
The place was one that needed him
Finally
A confinement of peace
His peace
As he roamed the place
He found himself going through
All the books
And realizing he’s finishing all of them
When he fell asleep
He dreamt
A voice waking him up
He opened his eyes
A face from the past
Spoke the kindest words
You will not be alone
Not anymore
You will never have to feel that way again
We promise
He looked beyond the face
And people
Dressed in many different clothing
Stood in the background
They were smiling
Smiling back
It was then when he notice he had that happy look in his face
They were ones he got to know and admired and loved
From the books he read
In the place that housed him
And took him for what he was
A soul
Maybe empty
But hopeful and whole
And they came out to say hi
Welcomed him with their smile
What happened in the past
Did not matter
One bit
Not anymore
The sadness, he forgot
He chose to
A thousand years could’ve passed
But he wouldn’t know
Or care
He’s safe and free
And finally,
Home.

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