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Hey, I'm Nikita Gill and here is where all the poetry, prose and quotes I write are. All poetry, quotes and prose written in both places under the name Nikita Gill are my copyright, please don't remove the credits.

untamedunwanted: “Just for a while, stop looking behind you. This is going to be really difficult but you have to try with everything you have got, to stop looking behind you. And there will come a...

My goodness this speaks miles to me. untamedunwanted: “Just for a while, stop looking behind you. This is going to be really difficult but you have to try with everything you have got, to stop looking behind you. And there will come a.

Some of these examples of reflective photography could be used to show a scene in a different way - 13.5 things about light?

50 Stunning Examples Of Reflection Photography

Do not stand at my grave and weep by Mary Elizabeth Frye.  grief. quotes. wisdom. advice. life lessons.

Do not stand at my grave and weep by Mary Elizabeth Frye is creative inspiration for us. Get more photo about Quotes related with by looking at photos gallery at the bottom of this page. We are want to say thanks if you like to share this post to another

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Oh yes. ~ “Winter Wonders” August Just a quick and silly poem I wrote after seeing this image. Moon drawing is by the ever-talented sister.

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Hey, I'm Nikita Gill and here is where all the poetry, prose and quotes I write are. All poetry, quotes and prose written in both places under the name Nikita Gill are my copyright, please don't remove the credits. Hope you enjoy your stay!

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we were just stars at the edges of neighboring galaxies, just about to collide but passed by each other never touching, yet feeling the stardust in each others’ wake. ~ Nikita Gill (We almost collided. Almost.

"Still Held" -John Mark Green It’s hard to know how to comfort someone who has had a loved one die. Whatever we can say seems so inadequate, and our words can easily trivialize their suffering. Sometimes the best thing we can offer them is our presence - just be with them. This poem was written for a mother who had suffered the unspeakable pain of losing her child.

“Still Held” - John Mark Green A poem for those grieving the death of a loved one.

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