The Physiology of Nothingness

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Once she realized her captivity was used to toy around she made the decision to narrowly  escape her fate thru the invocation of swift and overwhelming force.

Understanding that the color of love could never  be found in the dark she stepped out.    Even in the purest light, the months of deprivation and darkness provided ground and reasons for a withdrawal phase.

She was only doing what he had asked of her time and time again.  He had insisted and deciding to believe him she left it all behind.

Venturing out she regained composure.  She put the dust of a million reasons on her right palm and gently blew it off  into individual particles that reached out  to a distant corner of the world and disappeared into nothingness.

As she did this, her pixels began pulsating with every beat of her human heart…

Withdrawing
Withdrawing

Fashion Insight

This Solidea Folies Outfit was blogged before by a colleague of mine (I believe it was Cao.  If not, please forgive my oversight).

Nevertheless I am putting it up on my blog  because it is by far one of the most interesting ones that I have come across in recent times.

It is (of course)  a combination of mesh and prim attachments and these succeed at toning down the rigidity of the former.

An outfit that can even be perfect for an out of the ordinary bride.     The under shirt looks finely embroidered by hand. It comes with a headdress attachment that I decided to go without because the outfit in itself is intricate and interesting enough calling out for very subtle accessories.

I do warn you however.   The outfit does not look as good when sitting down so it is an ensemble  mainly for posing or walking around.

The shoes are Celoe`s.  Flowered and strapped with excellent options to make them attach to your legs and look as natural as possible.

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4 thoughts on “The Physiology of Nothingness

  1. Pingback: Best outfit in my shop :P | Paris's Fashion

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