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Mediterranean Coast - Turquoise Short Sleeves Women's T-shirt

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Mediterranean Coast - Turquoise Short Sleeves Women's T-shirt

  That's the thing with Mediterranean's   we fall asleep in our grandmother's lap at all ages we wake up asking what's cooking at all times we believe that eating desserts together invites sweet conversations we believe that our fortune lies at the bottom of a coffee cup and an auntie's imagination we welcome our houseguests with cologne in their palms we want them to enter our home in peace and calm we dance and scrub the world's weight off in bathhouse we shave and frame our strength in smokey barbers we hold poetry battles over mezze on Summer nights...

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Golden day

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Golden day

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Coconut is good for you

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Coconut is good for you

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Vibes

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Vibes

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Vincent Van Gogh

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Vincent Van Gogh

Born on March 30, 1853, at Groot-Zundert in the province of Brabant, Holland, Vincent Willem Van Gogh was the son of a Protestant minister, Theodorus Van Gogh. Exactly a year before his birth, his mother, Cornelia, gave birth to an infant, also named Vincent, who was stillborn. His grieving parents buried the child and set up a tombstone to mark the grave. As a result, Vincent Van Gogh grew up near the haunting sight of a grave with his own name upon it. His mother later gave birth to Theo, his younger brother, and three younger sisters. Not much is...

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