The_Phoenix_Fire_from_Within

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Paul J Stankard: Flora in glass - Paperweights 
Paul J. Stankard, of Mantua, New Jersey, is world renowned for his mastery and innovative work in contemporary glass. Stankard’s artistry is based on the traditional glass paperweight, a decorative art form that was popularized in the mid-1800’s in Europe for both its beauty and function.
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Paul J Stankard: Flora in glass - Paperweights 
Paul J. Stankard, of Mantua, New Jersey, is world renowned for his mastery and innovative work in contemporary glass. Stankard’s artistry is based on the traditional glass paperweight, a decorative art form that was popularized in the mid-1800’s in Europe for both its beauty and function.
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Paul J Stankard: Flora in glass - Paperweights 
Paul J. Stankard, of Mantua, New Jersey, is world renowned for his mastery and innovative work in contemporary glass. Stankard’s artistry is based on the traditional glass paperweight, a decorative art form that was popularized in the mid-1800’s in Europe for both its beauty and function.
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Paul J Stankard: Flora in glass - Paperweights 
Paul J. Stankard, of Mantua, New Jersey, is world renowned for his mastery and innovative work in contemporary glass. Stankard’s artistry is based on the traditional glass paperweight, a decorative art form that was popularized in the mid-1800’s in Europe for both its beauty and function.
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Paul J Stankard: Flora in glass - Paperweights 
Paul J. Stankard, of Mantua, New Jersey, is world renowned for his mastery and innovative work in contemporary glass. Stankard’s artistry is based on the traditional glass paperweight, a decorative art form that was popularized in the mid-1800’s in Europe for both its beauty and function.
asylum-art:

Paul J Stankard: Flora in glass - Paperweights 
Paul J. Stankard, of Mantua, New Jersey, is world renowned for his mastery and innovative work in contemporary glass. Stankard’s artistry is based on the traditional glass paperweight, a decorative art form that was popularized in the mid-1800’s in Europe for both its beauty and function.
asylum-art:

Paul J Stankard: Flora in glass - Paperweights 
Paul J. Stankard, of Mantua, New Jersey, is world renowned for his mastery and innovative work in contemporary glass. Stankard’s artistry is based on the traditional glass paperweight, a decorative art form that was popularized in the mid-1800’s in Europe for both its beauty and function.
asylum-art:

Paul J Stankard: Flora in glass - Paperweights 
Paul J. Stankard, of Mantua, New Jersey, is world renowned for his mastery and innovative work in contemporary glass. Stankard’s artistry is based on the traditional glass paperweight, a decorative art form that was popularized in the mid-1800’s in Europe for both its beauty and function.
asylum-art:

Paul J Stankard: Flora in glass - Paperweights 
Paul J. Stankard, of Mantua, New Jersey, is world renowned for his mastery and innovative work in contemporary glass. Stankard’s artistry is based on the traditional glass paperweight, a decorative art form that was popularized in the mid-1800’s in Europe for both its beauty and function.
asylum-art:

Paul J Stankard: Flora in glass - Paperweights 
Paul J. Stankard, of Mantua, New Jersey, is world renowned for his mastery and innovative work in contemporary glass. Stankard’s artistry is based on the traditional glass paperweight, a decorative art form that was popularized in the mid-1800’s in Europe for both its beauty and function.

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Paul J Stankard: Flora in glass - Paperweights

Paul J. Stankard, of Mantua, New Jersey, is world renowned for his mastery and innovative work in contemporary glass. Stankard’s artistry is based on the traditional glass paperweight, a decorative art form that was popularized in the mid-1800’s in Europe for both its beauty and function.


thinksquad:

France become first country in world to ban pro-Palestine demos Thousands across France were set to march again this weekend Anyone who breaks the ban faces a year in prison and a 15,000 euro fine. If they hide their faces the sentence can be increased to three years jail, and a 45,000 euro fine
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2697194/Outrage-France-country-world-ban-pro-Palestine-demos.html
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thinksquad:

France become first country in world to ban pro-Palestine demos
Thousands across France were set to march again this weekend
Anyone who breaks the ban faces a year in prison and a 15,000 euro fine.
If they hide their faces the sentence can be increased to three years jail, and a 45,000 euro fine

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2697194/Outrage-France-country-world-ban-pro-Palestine-demos.html


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Three pages of my neatest handwriting

Well, not really three,
More like, one and a half pages,
With the rest being random, intricate designs,
That somehow represented the jumbled feelings I once felt,
The odd thoughts of you and me somehow,
Some way,
Beyond all chance and logic,
Working in harmony in my mind
And, heh, not really all that neat,
But neat for me

Three pages,
Of my heart
Three pages,
Dedicated for only you,
Three pages that I could never give to anyone else,
Because, goddammit,
I made them just for you,
Three pages I wanted to give to you so bad,
When you were struggling,
When you kept crossing my mind,
When you didn’t want to talk to me,
When I still called,
When you were busy,
When I missed you

Three pages…that I’ll never get a chance to give you,
Because whatever we had is gone,
Because we weren’t meant to be,
Because I’m too much of a dreamer,
While you’re perfectly set in reality,
Because I still think about you from time to time,
While you go on like we had nothing,
Which, yes, in reality, is true,
But in my wildest dreams,
We had our little treehouse in a forest that no one else knew

Three pages…
…I don’t even think i have the heart to get rid of them,

…to get rid of you…