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HourlyArt Post #1951

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HourlyArt Post #1951

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HourlyArt Post #1959

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HourlyArt Post #1959

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HourlyArt Post #1969

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HourlyArt Post #1969

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HourlyArt Post #1972

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HourlyArt Post #1972

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The Little Merboy Part 3 of 4

womantoman:

Adapted from http://www.andersenstories.com/en/andersen_fairy-tales/the_little_mermaid

“If human beings are not drowned,” asked the little merboy, “can they live forever? do they never die as we do here in the sea?”

“Yes,” replied the old gentleman, “they must also die and their term of life is even shorter than ours. We sometimes live to three hundred years but when we cease to exist here we only become the foam on the surface of the water and we have not even a grave down here of those we love. We have not immortal souls, we shall never live again, but, like the green sea-weed when once it has been cut off, we can never flourish more. Human beings, on the contrary, have a soul which lives forever, lives after the body has been turned to dust. It rises up through the clear pure air beyond the glittering stars. As we rise out of the water and behold the land of the earth, so do they rise to unknown and glorious regions which we shall never see.”

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The Little Merboy Part 2 of 4

womantoman:

Adapted from from http://www.andersenstories.com/en/andersen_fairy-tales/the_little_mermaid

At least he reached his fifteenth year. “Well, now you are grown up,” said the old man, his grandfather, “so you must let me adorn you like your other brothers.” And he placed a wreath of white lilies in his hair and every flower leaf was half a pearl. Then the old man ordered eight great oysters to attach themselves to the tail of the prince to show his high rank.

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The Little Merboy Part 1 of 4

womantoman:

Adapted from 

http://www.andersenstories.com/en/andersen_fairy-tales/the_little_mermaid

Far out in the ocean, where the water is as blue as the prettiest cornflower and as clear as crystal, it is very, very deep; so deep indeed that no cable could fathom it. Many church steeples piled one upon another would not reach from the ground beneath to the surface of the water above. There dwell the Sea Queen and her subjects. We must not imagine that there is nothing at the bottom of the sea but bare yellow sand. No indeed; the most singular flowers and plants grow there; the leaves and stems of which are so pliant that the slightest agitation of the water causes them to stir as if they had life. Fishes both large and small glide between the branches, as birds fly among the trees here upon land. In the deepest spot of all stands the castle of the Sea Queen. Its walls are built of coral and the long gothic windows are f the clearest amber. The roof is formed of shells that open and close as the water flows over them. Their appearance is very beautiful, for in each lies a glittering pearl which would be fit for the diadem of a king.

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HourlyArt Post #1806

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HourlyArt Post #1806

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