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"Can I see another's woe,  And not be in sorrow too?  Can I see another's grief,  And not seek for kind relief?"  -William Blake, from On Another's Sorrow

"Can I see another's woe, And not be in sorrow too? Can I see another's grief, And not seek for kind relief?" -William Blake, from On Another's Sorrow

A Dangerous Opportunity at Giza It was the end of the day and I almost missed getting up close to one of the most famous sites in the world - The Great Sphinx of Giza. As the sun was setting and the site closing, I felt that my moment to get close to the Sphinx slipping away.

A Dangerous Opportunity at Giza It was the end of the day and I almost missed getting up close to one of the most famous sites in the world - The Great Sphinx of Giza. As the sun was setting and the site closing, I felt that my moment to get close to the Sphinx slipping away.

walt whitman 'leaves of grass'

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Beagles ven el Sol por primera vez salvados de un laboratorio No te pierdas este video con los primeros momentos de libertad de estos 30 beagles salvados tras una vida en un laboratorio

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Tracing fingers upon the window of life, maybe seeing traffic or even life whizzing by. But now is the moment to put strength in those limbs, and open your self, and window, back up to the world again. -words by Lens of Lindseigh  Black and white photography, the human figure, tracing fingers, looking through the window, longing, hoping, caged, waiting to break free.

Tracing fingers upon the window of life, maybe seeing traffic or even life whizzing by. But now is the moment to put strength in those limbs, and open your self, and window, back up to the world again. -words by Lens of Lindseigh Black and white photography, the human figure, tracing fingers, looking through the window, longing, hoping, caged, waiting to break free.

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