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She Wants The Silence  FREE SHIPPING  Print. Caryn Drexl Photography. Conceptual, Surreal, Portraits.

She Wants The Silence FREE SHIPPING Print. Caryn Drexl Photography. Conceptual, Surreal, Portraits.

Decaying Flowers #decaying #flowers shot by Billy Kidd | Posted by devidsketchbook.com

Decaying Flowers #decaying #flowers shot by Billy Kidd | Posted by devidsketchbook.com

Red | Rosso | Rouge | Rojo | Rød | 赤 | Vermelho | Color | Colour | Texture | Form | Pattern | Design | .Fragile. by ~Alephunky on deviantART

Red | Rosso | Rouge | Rojo | Rød | 赤 | Vermelho | Color | Colour | Texture | Form | Pattern | Design | .Fragile. by ~Alephunky on deviantART

asfa-riyaz:  "Be like the flower that gives its fragrance to even the hand that crushes it.” - Imam Ali (a)

asfa-riyaz: "Be like the flower that gives its fragrance to even the hand that crushes it.” - Imam Ali (a)

Eileithyia or Ilithyia was the Greek Goddess of Childbirth. She may be of Minoan origin, with her name meaning 'Freedom' or 'Deliverer'. To Homer she is "the Goddess of the Pains of Birth." The Iliad pictures Eileithyia alone, or sometimes multiplied, as the Eileithyiai: "The sharp sorrow of pain descends on a woman in labour, the bitterness that the hard Eileithyiai bring on, Hera’s daughters, who hold the power of the bitter birth pangs.” —Iliad XI.270.

Eileithyia or Ilithyia was the Greek Goddess of Childbirth. She may be of Minoan origin, with her name meaning 'Freedom' or 'Deliverer'. To Homer she is "the Goddess of the Pains of Birth." The Iliad pictures Eileithyia alone, or sometimes multiplied, as the Eileithyiai: "The sharp sorrow of pain descends on a woman in labour, the bitterness that the hard Eileithyiai bring on, Hera’s daughters, who hold the power of the bitter birth pangs.” —Iliad XI.270.