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Love me before I disappear, Paris

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All the beautiful Parisian street art that I have found on the theme of love and relationships. This is the urban art that really makes my heart ache. Most pieces I find are clever, witty, funny, political, or tongue-in-cheek. But this is the work that, no, I won’t say it uplifts my soul, but I will say — it simply makes me glad I have one.
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It’s almost as if their faces are two halves of one whole.
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Ah, Curtis Kulig. I do love you, I do.
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Love me til I’m me again.

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  1. Pingback: Fred le Chevalier body (of work) | The Spadina Monologues

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