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Que m’importe que tu sois sage ?Sois belle ! et sois triste ! Les pleursAjoutent un charme au visage,Comme le fleuve au paysage ;L’orage rajeunit les fleurs. Extrait de Madrigal triste, Les fleurs du mal. Charles Baudelaire (photo by Lee Jeffries)
Tears shed on the battle field were a silent grieving for the lost. And although she cried, her face remained set like stone, a grim reminder to her enemies that the fallen would not go unavenged. (B5: Rise of the Phoenix) ~Wendy Hamlet
Tropo a lungo abbiamo scambiato inutilmente parole d’amore. È arrivato il momento di amarci vanamente in silenzio. — Edvania Paes —
Tears rolled softly down her face, in a peaceful manner, rather than violent. They slid down her cheeks easily like streams of forlorn sorrow.
Tears fall in my heart like the rain on the town.[Explored] by ~~~wave~~~, via Flickr | #monochrome #blue
A teardrop on earth summons the King of heaven. Chuck Swindoll
Strandvägen After Snow by Hannes R Black and white reflection !!! Bebe'!!! Love this!!!
Black and White Photography Surreal Gothic by KathyFornal on Etsy, $30.00
"Get it out of my head!" I heard her scream in a strangled voice from the adjacent room.
(this picture has been so many times reblog/repin/stumbled, that even the mighty Google can't find the source... Sad)
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