aannamartin A sun beam to your heart! 2h

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aannamartin Trobar-te a Girona sense cap motiu, m'hi ha portat un impuls 😀 14h

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aannamartin Swimming side by side 1d

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aannamartin Una mica de música?? 2d

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aannamartin Silence for a while 2d

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aannamartin Dashing down to the weekend 3d

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aannamartin El meu cor és l'únic que no està gelat! 4d

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aannamartin Vols venir a pasturar amb mi? T'espero! 5d

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aannamartin Listening to silence
Escoltant el silenci
6d

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aannamartin Dies gèlids al teu costat... Setmana intensa
Agafem forces per seguir lluitant!
Nanit
7d

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aannamartin Sweet morning! 1w

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aannamartin Relax time, friends 1w

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aannamartin Ready??? Ja és divendres! 1w

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aannamartin Sense fulles
Amb força
2w

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aannamartin Una tarda d'estiu? No! 2w

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aannamartin No one was there for you 2w

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aannamartin I smile o'er the wrinkled blue­
Lo! the sea is fair,
Smooth as the flow of a maiden's hair;
And the welkin's light shines through
Into mid-sea caverns of beryl hue,
And the little waves laugh and the mermaids sing,
And the sea is a beautiful, sinuous thing!
I scowl in sullen guise­
The sea grows dark and dun,
The swift clouds hide the sun
But not the bale-light in my eyes,
And the frightened wind as it flies
Ruffles the billows with stormy wing,
And the sea is a terrible, treacherous thing!
When moonlight glimmers dim
I pass in the path of the mist,
Like a pale spirit by spirits kissed.
At dawn I chant my own weird hymn,
And I dabble my hair in the sunset's rim,
And I call to the dwellers along the shore
With a voice of gramarye evermore.
And if one for love of me
Gives to my call an ear,
I will woo him and hold him dear,
And teach him the way of the sea,
And my glamor shall ever over him be;
Though he wander afar in the cities of men
He will come at last to my arms again.

The Sea Spirit by Lucy Maud Montgomery
2w

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