#tears

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Любовь - это такая ужасная штука , ЛЮБВИ НЕТ! ДА ПОЙМИ ТЫ УЖЕ!
#CITAT #TEARS #JH #NOLOVE #VIDEO

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Sorry for the delay IG.... last week her 🏀 team was ELIMINATED from the second round Play-offs..... 😔 😔
as she says goodbye 🤗 😭 to her senior teammate..... #Lucky13 #BallIsLife #ProudDad #allstar #daddyslilgirl #CYONY #fastbreak #basketball #wnba #nba #hardwood #Hoops #Jumpshot #Buckets #hoopster #Guard #emmotions #Tears #crying #Photo #Image #pic #photography #Sony #SonyAlpha #aMAYESingPixs

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Some fights🔥
Tag your friends.🔥
Follow for more @vbdiaries ©️Vanshaj Bhaskar

Tag if you repost. #vbdiaries
Shout-out always appreciable.♥️ #vbdiaries #prose #feelings #darkness #tears #canvas #dreams #love #fights #life #quotesgram #writerofig

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Strong are those who cry in secret and laugh in public.

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In the mood for pink. •
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#pinterest #pinterestinspired #pink #tears #girlproblems #glitters

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TŐX8C
I think im gud at drawing monster (?) Well whatever-
Random character
Eh tadi aku nemu org gila :v
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#toxic #poisonous #poison #monster #crazy #green #dark #blood #tears #drunk #hot #cool #bakpaodraw #furry #art #drawing #fluffy

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なにが気にくわないんだい🐣
#1歳 #キッズ
#泣く #泣き顔
#涙 #ぐずる #日本
#cry #tears #Japan

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E l i o t .👑✌️

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When you’re two days away from leaving your work to start a new adventure and my friends in the security team got me this awesome book!! #tears #goodguys #celtic #invincibles

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#Amethyst is a #violet variety of quartz often used in jewelry. Crystal #twinning occurs when two separate crystals share some of the same crystal lattice points in a symmetrical manner. The result is an intergrowth of two separate crystals in a variety of specific configurations. A twin boundary or composition surface separates the two crystals.The Greeks believed amethyst gems could prevent intoxication,[10] while medieval European soldiers wore amethyst #amulets as protection in battle in the belief that amethysts heal people and keep them cool-headed.[11] Beads of amethyst were found in Anglo-Saxon graves in England.[12] Anglican bishops wear an episcopal ring often set with an amethyst, an allusion to the description of the Apostles as "not drunk" at Pentecost in Acts 2:15.[13]
A large geode, or "amethyst-grotto", from near Santa Cruz in southern Brazil was presented at a 1902 exhibition in #Düsseldorf, Germany (1528–1577) invented a myth in which Bacchus, the god of intoxication, of wine, and grapes was pursuing a maiden named Amethyste, who refused his affections. Amethyste prayed to the gods to remain chaste, a prayer which the chaste goddess #Diana answered, transforming her into a white stone. Humbled by Amethyste's desire to remain chaste, Bacchus poured wine over the stone as an offering, dyeing the crystals purple.[19][20]
Variations of the story include that Dionysus had been insulted by a mortal and swore to slay the next mortal who crossed his path, creating #fiercetigers to carry out his wrath. The mortal turned out to be a beautiful young woman, Amethystos, who was on her way to pay tribute to Artemis. Her life was spared by Artemis, who transformed the maiden into a statue of pure crystalline quartz to protect her from the brutal claws. Dionysus wept tears of wine in remorse for his action at the sight of the beautiful statue. The god's #tears then stained the quartz purple.[21]

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Ancora bambini a pagare con la loro vita la follia della guerra...
Still children to pay the madness of war with their lives ...
#syrianchildren
(ph:@abdfree2) #stolenchildhood #syria #warinsyria #warcrimes #ghouta #syriancrisis #tears #pain #guerrafria

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#Amethyst is a #violet variety of quartz often used in jewelry. Crystal #twinning occurs when two separate crystals share some of the same crystal lattice points in a symmetrical manner. The result is an intergrowth of two separate crystals in a variety of specific configurations. A twin boundary or composition surface separates the two crystals.The Greeks believed amethyst gems could prevent intoxication,[10] while medieval European soldiers wore amethyst #amulets as protection in battle in the belief that amethysts heal people and keep them cool-headed.[11] Beads of amethyst were found in Anglo-Saxon graves in England.[12] Anglican bishops wear an episcopal ring often set with an amethyst, an allusion to the description of the Apostles as "not drunk" at Pentecost in Acts 2:15.[13]
A large geode, or "amethyst-grotto", from near Santa Cruz in southern Brazil was presented at a 1902 exhibition in #Düsseldorf, Germany (1528–1577) invented a myth in which Bacchus, the god of intoxication, of wine, and grapes was pursuing a maiden named Amethyste, who refused his affections. Amethyste prayed to the gods to remain chaste, a prayer which the chaste goddess #Diana answered, transforming her into a white stone. Humbled by Amethyste's desire to remain chaste, Bacchus poured wine over the stone as an offering, dyeing the crystals purple.[19][20]
Variations of the story include that Dionysus had been insulted by a mortal and swore to slay the next mortal who crossed his path, creating #fiercetigers to carry out his wrath. The mortal turned out to be a beautiful young woman, Amethystos, who was on her way to pay tribute to Artemis. Her life was spared by Artemis, who transformed the maiden into a statue of pure crystalline quartz to protect her from the brutal claws. Dionysus wept tears of wine in remorse for his action at the sight of the beautiful statue. The god's #tears then stained the quartz purple.[21]

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#Amethyst is a #violet variety of quartz often used in jewelry. Crystal #twinning occurs when two separate crystals share some of the same crystal lattice points in a symmetrical manner. The result is an intergrowth of two separate crystals in a variety of specific configurations. A twin boundary or composition surface separates the two crystals.The Greeks believed amethyst gems could prevent intoxication,[10] while medieval European soldiers wore amethyst #amulets as protection in battle in the belief that amethysts heal people and keep them cool-headed.[11] Beads of amethyst were found in Anglo-Saxon graves in England.[12] Anglican bishops wear an episcopal ring often set with an amethyst, an allusion to the description of the Apostles as "not drunk" at Pentecost in Acts 2:15.[13]
A large geode, or "amethyst-grotto", from near Santa Cruz in southern Brazil was presented at a 1902 exhibition in #Düsseldorf, Germany (1528–1577) invented a myth in which Bacchus, the god of intoxication, of wine, and grapes was pursuing a maiden named Amethyste, who refused his affections. Amethyste prayed to the gods to remain chaste, a prayer which the chaste goddess #Diana answered, transforming her into a white stone. Humbled by Amethyste's desire to remain chaste, Bacchus poured wine over the stone as an offering, dyeing the crystals purple.[19][20]
Variations of the story include that Dionysus had been insulted by a mortal and swore to slay the next mortal who crossed his path, creating #fiercetigers to carry out his wrath. The mortal turned out to be a beautiful young woman, Amethystos, who was on her way to pay tribute to Artemis. Her life was spared by Artemis, who transformed the maiden into a statue of pure crystalline quartz to protect her from the brutal claws. Dionysus wept tears of wine in remorse for his action at the sight of the beautiful statue. The god's #tears then stained the quartz purple.[21]

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In Siria i bambini versano lacrime e sangue...
In Syria, the children shed tears and blood ...
#syrianchildren #children #childhood #stolenchildhood #tears #blood #syria #warinsyria #warcrimes #bambinisiriani #bambini #guerra

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