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May 11, 2014

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Charity Craig (@charitylcraig)

This is so beautiful. A mother never dies in our hearts. :)

Anna Stewart

Beautiful. The image of the flowers in the bronze cup mimicking life and nature is vivid and powerful.

rosemary

Sad Julie but it is so good to express. I miss my mother who died in December but cannot bring her back onto the earth plane, I know she is around and one day we'll be together again.

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