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  • Tracy McGrail

    She came at once unto him. And gave him her white hand. Saying, " i have waited long my dear, To welcome you to land. Go to your ship tell them, You'll leave them all FOR ME. For you're married to a mermaid At the bottom of the deep Blue Sea ~ Inspiration Gallery #134 – Typography | From up North

  • Katie Dallas

    #design #typography #anchor

  • Jen Mutkoski

    Love the look of this art piece.

  • Kianna Randall

    "She came at once unto him and gave him her white hand, saying 'I have waited long my dear to welcome you to land. Go to your ship and tell them you'll leave them all from me. For you're married to a mermaid at the bottom of the deep blue sea." -----I'm SO in Love with this quote!!!

  • Kristine Martin

    "She came at once unto him and gave him her white hand, saying "I have waited long my dear, to welcome you to land. Go to your ship and tell them, you'll leave them all for me, for you're married to a mermaid at the bottom of the deep blue sea." Various Work - Jon Contino

  • Celeste Sandstrom

    Love this :) Love anchor's, mermaids and the deep blue sea. Thanks Lacey

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