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Wishing you a very pleasant night. xx Atticus #art #death #life ** "Love Her Wild" is 30% off tonight at BarnesandNoble.com.

Wishing you a very pleasant night. xx Atticus #art #death #life ** "Love Her Wild" is 30% off tonight at BarnesandNoble.com.

You see, you wouldn't ask why the rose that grew from the concrete had damaged petals. On the contrary, we would all celebrate its tenacity. We would all love its will to reach the sun. Well, we are the roses. This is the concrete. These are my damaged petals. Don't ask me why. Ask me how.

You see, you wouldn't ask why the rose that grew from the concrete had damaged petals. On the contrary, we would all celebrate its tenacity. We would all love its will to reach the sun. Well, we are the roses. This is the concrete. These are my damaged petals. Don't ask me why. Ask me how.

"That was her magic. She could still see the sunset,even on those darkest day."  Atticus Poetry (@AtticusPoetry) | Twitter. Leadership quotes. Helpful motivation to support tips, activities, skills and ideas on leadership development including developing women. It brings the qualities of good leadership to life. For more great inspiration follow us at 1StrongWoman.

"That was her magic. She could still see the sunset,even on those darkest day." Atticus Poetry (@AtticusPoetry) | Twitter. Leadership quotes. Helpful motivation to support tips, activities, skills and ideas on leadership development including developing women. It brings the qualities of good leadership to life. For more great inspiration follow us at 1StrongWoman.

This sweet poem was first published on September 15th 1998 in the 21st edition of The Lady (“in continuous publication since 1885 and widely respected as England’s longest running weekly magazine for women”).   ‘Dust if you Must’ was written by Mrs Rose Milligan from Lancaster in Lancashire.  Good points to remember

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This sweet poem was first published on September 15th 1998 in the 21st edition of The Lady (“in continuous publication since 1885 and widely respected as England’s longest running weekly magazine for women”). ‘Dust if you Must’ was written by Mrs Rose Milligan from Lancaster in Lancashire. Good points to remember

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