Broken love images

So I decided that my pen drawing of Excalibur (that got waaaaay more notes than I expected holy shit) needed something more. There was too much white space so added onto it :) I’ve also seen the quote from Tolkien’s poem “All that is gold does not...

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Have a broken mirror, as a symbol of was the world may see and then have a mirror that is beautiful and has portions of scriptures of what God sees when he looks at us.

Have a broken mirror, as a symbol of was the world may see and then have a mirror that is beautiful and has portions of scriptures of what God sees when he looks at us.

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Great ideas for tackling procrastination and getting things done! Love this free printable to serve as a reminder!
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Falls in love fast and turns cold fast. Was it ever love.  Cus for me I would look back and I would ultimately always have your back.

Falls in love fast and turns cold fast. Was it ever love. Cus for me I would look back and I would ultimately always have your back.

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You are my sweetheart. I`ll never let you go.You are my love ,my life .If you went through the tragedy and you are grieving I`m doing the same and will carry this with you .

You are my sweetheart. I`ll never let you go.You are my love ,my life .If you went through the tragedy and you are grieving I`m doing the same and will carry this with you .

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I watched you suffer, I saw you die, but all I could do, was sit close by. You went away, we had to part, God eased your pain, but broke my heart.

I watched you suffer, I saw you die, but all I could do, was sit close by. You went away, we had to part, God eased your pain, but broke my heart.

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Kintsugi or Kinsukuroi: Broken Things     A friend shared with me today the lovely art/idea of Kintsugi (Kinsukuroi).  Kintsugi is the traditional Japanese art of repairing broken pottery with a strong adhesive and then sprinkling the adhesive with gold dust.  The result is that the broken pottery is now mended and in fact even stronger than the original.  Instead of trying to hide the flaws and cracks, they are accentuated and celebrated because they now have become the strongest part of…

Kintsugi or Kinsukuroi: Broken Things A friend shared with me today the lovely art/idea of Kintsugi (Kinsukuroi). Kintsugi is the traditional Japanese art of repairing broken pottery with a strong adhesive and then sprinkling the adhesive with gold dust. The result is that the broken pottery is now mended and in fact even stronger than the original. Instead of trying to hide the flaws and cracks, they are accentuated and celebrated because they now have become the strongest part of…

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