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There is so much to admire, but your raw honesty is the best part. I love how your words spill out real slow as if the truth can take its time. It's as if there is a force behind them, yet the kind that is respectful and quiet - a determination that's observant and patient. And in those words is a wonderful compassion, an awareness of the vulnerability of others, of the sort that is born of painful experience. So when you tell me of your sorrows, believe me when I say I believe you, because it's right there in everything you are, from your eyes to the pattern of your thoughts. You are as the loving parent, tidying, supporting yet encouraging growth. It takes a great spirit to come through so very much and become the person that you are. So yeah, I admire you, that's easy peasy.

By Angela Abraham, @daisydescriptionari, February 11, 2019.
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Love, it's okay to be a human with a monster mask if that's what you need to survive. It tells me that you're still under there, the perfect child you always were. The problem in this world is the one's who sold their souls to become monsters with masks of skin, with smiles to mimic the warm hearted. Perhaps one day we will forge a world safe enough for us all to be humans with human faces, to be feel at one with who we really are, with our true natures, and with nature herself.

By Angela Abraham, @daisydescriptionari, September 10, 2018.
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So you came to attack again, you coward. You come while I sleep and sneak into this home uninvited. You are so pathetic. Though it will take a while to get back to normal, to feel the strength I had before, I will get there because I am made of the right stuff. Love keeps me strong, love for myself, for others and the world. So when I think of you it is as something dull and wilted, a thing to be ignored.

By Angela Abraham, @daisydescriptionari, February 18, 2019.
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She was uniquely beautiful and different in a way, different from all of us. Her bald head not only shaped her heart-shaped face, but it told a story. It showed how brave she was for fighting the illness that was so close to taking her away. Her eyes spoke words she couldn't say out loud; calm and gentle. In her petiteness she stood proud because what she'd been through, only she could understand how hard it was. Her skin was blanched yet freckly, although her cheeks gave her some rosy colour. She was confident. Still, I knew that she was also scared of what people thought of her. I admired her strength.

By Julia Borg, May 10, 2019.