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.MISSING YOU. by evol1314 .MISSING YOU. by evol1314
a touch from being together
a tear for being apart
although you're not by my side
you're always in my heart

missing you.

i wanted to make a very simple poem to go along with this piece, keeping it basic and direct maintain focus on the core feeling of missing someone. Both was composed to speak universally to all perspectives of all those in love.
Whether you've lost a love one, or is no longer in a relationship with that someone whom you still care about, from business trips to long distance relationship, i hope it will in some small way help you feel better.
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.i hope it gives you guys a sense of relation, which makes making it worth while...

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:icongraywolf923:
Graywolf923 Featured By Owner 2 days ago  Hobbyist Digital Artist
This reminds me of the Lovely Bones.
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:icondeborah-valentine:
Deborah-Valentine Featured By Owner Nov 21, 2016  Professional Traditional Artist
I love you too. I have been looking into "Lonerwof.com
it has been a bright moment in my mind and soul.
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norwegianhorsegirl Featured By Owner Nov 19, 2016
wow *-* Can I get an approval of you to use this image on minstald.dk? *.*
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:icongingerchickens:
GingerChickens Featured By Owner Nov 18, 2016  Hobbyist Artist
This looks amazing
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:iconyokoky:
YOKOKY Featured By Owner Nov 8, 2016  Professional General Artist
Thank you by Ilenush  Blessings by KmyGraphic
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:iconyokoky:
YOKOKY Featured By Owner Nov 2, 2016  Professional General Artist
SPLENDID-AND EMOTIONAL
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:iconwanderermariz:
WandererMariz Featured By Owner Oct 31, 2016  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Full of talent and beauty.
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:iconnkong775:
Nkong775 Featured By Owner Oct 30, 2016  Student Artist
Wow! Four seasons are really exceptional and mostly impressive so much forever! Pikachu Loves It Plz 
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:iconhassanriaz99:
hassanriaz99 Featured By Owner Oct 30, 2016
what software did u used :0 
pls reply
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:iconken261:
ken261 Featured By Owner Oct 27, 2016
It looks like a different take on Seasonscape by alexiuss
Looks pretty good though.  I like how the ground is blended.
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:iconsimplysunsational:
SimplySunsational Featured By Owner Oct 23, 2016  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
This is amazing. Thanks for sharing your talent.
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LozLip Featured By Owner Oct 22, 2016
Hello there! I favourite-d this many years ago as it's a beautful image. While on holiday recently, I noticed a painting being sold for a lot of money which is pretty much an exact copy of this! I recognised it immediately. I will message details to you if you want to follow up anyway :)
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:iconkalorusmi:
Kalorusmi Featured By Owner Oct 20, 2016
It's soooo cool and poetic. All of the seasons into one single tree.
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:icondeborah-valentine:
Deborah-Valentine Featured By Owner Oct 16, 2016  Professional Traditional Artist
love will make everything work
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:iconwhiteheights:
WhiteHeights Featured By Owner Oct 12, 2016  New Deviant Professional Photographer
kinda like having all four seasons in a single moment.
wedding photography Melbourne
wedding photographer Melbourne
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:iconphotoprsondudejustin:
PhotoPrsonDudeJustin Featured By Owner Oct 7, 2016
Absolutely beautiful. Well done.
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:iconravenhartsliver:
Ravenhartsliver Featured By Owner Oct 4, 2016  New Deviant Student Traditional Artist
Love 
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:iconspicy-demon:
Spicy-Demon Featured By Owner Oct 3, 2016  Hobbyist Digital Artist
This is gorgeous!
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:iconkiller2319:
Killer2319 Featured By Owner Sep 30, 2016
This is really freaking cool! Thanks for sharing it!
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:iconfribbitdrawsandwrite:
FribbitDrawsandWrite Featured By Owner Sep 30, 2016  Hobbyist Writer
Hi, I going to use this for a school assignment. Is that OK?
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:iconblazingfirebug:
BlazingFireBug Featured By Owner Sep 27, 2016  Student Digital Artist
This is so beautiful!
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:iconpenholderart:
Penholderart Featured By Owner Sep 23, 2016  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
love this
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:iconawesomeness5000:
Awesomeness5000 Featured By Owner Sep 21, 2016
:iconheart3dplz:
:icondananana3dplz:
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:iconkatyscene:
KatyScene Featured By Owner Sep 19, 2016  Hobbyist General Artist
...Baby, you were my picket fence
I miss missing you now and then
Chlorine kissed summer skin
I miss missing you now and then
Sometimes before it gets better
The darkness gets bigger
The person that you’d take a bullet for is behind the trigger
Oh
We’re fading fast
I miss missing you now and then...
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eruiz Featured By Owner Sep 15, 2016
Beautiful work.
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:iconmrswedethegreat:
MrSwedeTheGreat Featured By Owner Sep 10, 2016

If you’re reading this, then you’ve already started the chain reaction and there’s no going back. The events I am about to warn you about will definitely unfold, even if you close this email now. The best thing you can do now is read on and carefully follow my instructions. 

The reason this is happening to you is unfair, but it’s beyond anyone’s control. This all started because of Jessica Brown. Jessica Brown lived in southern Louisiana on the shores of Lake Catherine. She lived with her mother and father and next door to her uncle. The house she lived in had a small cellar with various odd items—tools, cans of tomato paste, old furniture. It was ordinary in every way except that once a year, every year, on the very same day as the year before, a blinding blue light would flash from the cellar. The family had never been able to figure out what caused the light and had grown accustomed to it, until one year the flash damaged little Jessica’s vision. 

Her parents called an electrician, who showed up and looked at the wiring in the cellar. He said that everything looked fine, as it always did. He told Jessica’s parents that he’s been checking that same cellar the last 40 years, as long as he’d been an electrician. Every family that lives there would call him about the blue light. He finally admitted that the head electrician before him went to that house 40 years ago and died from a surge of electricity that charged through him and flooded the house with a flash of blue light. 

Every year, on that same date, the bright blue light flashed, but it had never harmed anyone before. 

The family tried to move on with their lives and tell themselves the electrician was just a booze hound making up stories since he didn’t know what was wrong with the wiring in the cellar. One day, Jessica’s mother was cooking and asked little Jessica to grab a few cans from the cellar. Jessica obliged. Her mother heard the little pitter patter of Jessica’s footsteps going down the cellar stairs and then, strangely, the cellar door slammed shut. It was odd, but Jessica’s mother assumed it was a gust of wind and continued chopping onions. 

Jessica’s mother jumped and dropped her knife at the sound of her daughter’s bloodcurdling scream. She yelled for her husband, and they pulled and pulled on the door until it flew open. Across the room, just beneath a little window with moonlight shining on her, stood little Jessica. Her mother called out to her, and Jessica slowly walked toward the door. 

Her parents looked at her bewildered, searching her little face for an explanation. All the blood had drained from her face, and her knuckles were scraped and splintered. 

“I saw a man, and he stood this high off the ground,” said Jessica, gesturing a flat palm about two feet off the ground. “It was like he was there, but he wasn’t there.” 

Her parents stared nervously at the cellar door. 

“He looked at me, and he hated me,” she said in a tone far too serious for her six years of age. 

Her parents were shaken but told Jessica that it was dark and her eyes were playing tricks on her. They bolted the cellar door shut, hung a curtain over it, and placed a large bookshelf in front of it. But, every night after that, her parents would wake to the deafeningly loud sound of crashing wood and find little Jessica in the corner of the cellar, unaware of how she came to be there. Finally fed up, Jessica’s father bricked up a wall over the cellar. 

Months later, on the day when the family would normally see the flash of intense blue light, neighbors heard the terrible screams of the entire family. The police arrived to find brick and mortar outside of the house, apparently having flown out of the front window. They clambered over the rubble, through the house and into the cellar. They say the two officers who responded left the police force the day after the discovery. Inside the cellar, the bodies of Jessica’s parents were founds stretched and mangled, twisted like wires with the home’s electrical wiring in the drywall. Jessica was nowhere to be found and has never been sighted since. 

Her neighbors, however, reported to the electrician seeing a bright blue flash of light from their attic the night of the murders. It is said that the damned soul of the tormented electrician escaped Jessica’s home that night and seeks nothing but to torment the living souls of this world he is trapped in. 

If you do not pass this letter along to 5 other people in the next 24 hours, your home will be plagued and you too will have to be untangled from the wiring. 

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SongbirdSerenade Featured By Owner Sep 11, 2016  Hobbyist General Artist
??
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:iconday10478:
DAY10478 Featured By Owner Sep 11, 2016
Yeah. I'll take my chances, thanks. :)
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:iconlateralus138:
Lateralus138 Featured By Owner Sep 9, 2016
Nice work!
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catlover2343 Featured By Owner Sep 8, 2016
Llama Emoji-66 (Orly) [V3]
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empyreanbliss Featured By Owner Sep 8, 2016  Hobbyist Photographer
wow , indeed,:shocked:

we should celebrate for this awesome photo  :party: 

:airborne:
i’m happy i BUMPED into this :squee:

I can’t even :+devwatch: 
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TrixiePooch Featured By Owner Sep 3, 2016
This would have been cool as an album cover for the old 60's music group, "Franki Valli and the Four Seasons". Emphasis on the four seasons. Love it!
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:iconlegognocchi101:
legognocchi101 Featured By Owner Aug 29, 2016
I like how it represents the four seasons.
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:iconawesomeness5000:
Awesomeness5000 Featured By Owner Aug 28, 2016
HOW THE FUCK IS THAT POSSIBLE!!!!! THIS IS SO FUCKING COOOOOOOOLLLLL!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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:iconnoo0ooo0-rblx:
NOO0OOO0-RBLX Featured By Owner Aug 26, 2016
Very cool!
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:iconskechno:
Skechno Featured By Owner Aug 25, 2016  Hobbyist General Artist
Great!!
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:iconrapsodianotturna:
RapsodiaNotturna Featured By Owner Aug 24, 2016
It's like a fairy tale... so beautiful and poignant
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:iconkyrosx:
KyrosX Featured By Owner Aug 22, 2016  Student Artist
The TREE OF LIFE
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:iconcalilia:
Calilia Featured By Owner Aug 12, 2016  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Amazing artwork.
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:iconbeltainewolf:
Beltainewolf Featured By Owner Aug 12, 2016
wow, stunning work!
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:iconw4wy4w:
w4wy4w Featured By Owner Aug 11, 2016
I love it. Oh, wow, It was incredibly creative as you joined autumn, winter, summer and spring. Good old cycle they are subject to all things on earth just to express the lack making and feel in your heart. Awesome. :D :happybounce: Love :squee: 
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odssa Featured By Owner Aug 11, 2016
Such a beautiful and creative art..Nice work I swear.
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:iconshadowwhooves1:
ShadowWhooves1 Featured By Owner Jul 30, 2016
dang this is very very pretty and amazing ^^
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:iconareumthestarninja:
AreumTheStarNinja Featured By Owner Jul 26, 2016

If you’re reading this, then you’ve already started the chain reaction and there’s no going back. The events I am about to warn you about will definitely unfold, even if you close this email now. The best thing you can do now is read on and carefully follow my instructions. 

The reason this is happening to you is unfair, but it’s beyond anyone’s control. This all started because of Jessica Brown. Jessica Brown lived in southern Louisiana on the shores of Lake Catherine. She lived with her mother and father and next door to her uncle. The house she lived in had a small cellar with various odd items—tools, cans of tomato paste, old furniture. It was ordinary in every way except that once a year, every year, on the very same day as the year before, a blinding blue light would flash from the cellar. The family had never been able to figure out what caused the light and had grown accustomed to it, until one year the flash damaged little Jessica’s vision. 

Her parents called an electrician, who showed up and looked at the wiring in the cellar. He said that everything looked fine, as it always did. He told Jessica’s parents that he’s been checking that same cellar the last 40 years, as long as he’d been an electrician. Every family that lives there would call him about the blue light. He finally admitted that the head electrician before him went to that house 40 years ago and died from a surge of electricity that charged through him and flooded the house with a flash of blue light. 

Every year, on that same date, the bright blue light flashed, but it had never harmed anyone before. 

The family tried to move on with their lives and tell themselves the electrician was just a booze hound making up stories since he didn’t know what was wrong with the wiring in the cellar. One day, Jessica’s mother was cooking and asked little Jessica to grab a few cans from the cellar. Jessica obliged. Her mother heard the little pitter patter of Jessica’s footsteps going down the cellar stairs and then, strangely, the cellar door slammed shut. It was odd, but Jessica’s mother assumed it was a gust of wind and continued chopping onions. 

Jessica’s mother jumped and dropped her knife at the sound of her daughter’s bloodcurdling scream. She yelled for her husband, and they pulled and pulled on the door until it flew open. Across the room, just beneath a little window with moonlight shining on her, stood little Jessica. Her mother called out to her, and Jessica slowly walked toward the door. 

Her parents looked at her bewildered, searching her little face for an explanation. All the blood had drained from her face, and her knuckles were scraped and splintered. 

“I saw a man, and he stood this high off the ground,” said Jessica, gesturing a flat palm about two feet off the ground. “It was like he was there, but he wasn’t there.” 

Her parents stared nervously at the cellar door. 

“He looked at me, and he hated me,” she said in a tone far too serious for her six years of age. 

Her parents were shaken but told Jessica that it was dark and her eyes were playing tricks on her. They bolted the cellar door shut, hung a curtain over it, and placed a large bookshelf in front of it. But, every night after that, her parents would wake to the deafeningly loud sound of crashing wood and find little Jessica in the corner of the cellar, unaware of how she came to be there. Finally fed up, Jessica’s father bricked up a wall over the cellar. 

Months later, on the day when the family would normally see the flash of intense blue light, neighbors heard the terrible screams of the entire family. The police arrived to find brick and mortar outside of the house, apparently having flown out of the front window. They clambered over the rubble, through the house and into the cellar. They say the two officers who responded left the police force the day after the discovery. Inside the cellar, the bodies of Jessica’s parents were founds stretched and mangled, twisted like wires with the home’s electrical wiring in the drywall. Jessica was nowhere to be found and has never been sighted since. 

Her neighbors, however, reported to the electrician seeing a bright blue flash of light from their attic the night of the murders. It is said that the damned soul of the tormented electrician escaped Jessica’s home that night and seeks nothing but to torment the living souls of this world he is trapped in. 

If you do not pass this letter along to 5 other people in the next 24 hours, your home will be plagued and you too will have to be untangled from the wiring. 

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Mangalover198 Featured By Owner Aug 12, 2016   Artist
S H U T T H E F U C K U P 
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Gypsiqueen Featured By Owner Jul 29, 2016
no.
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just-caro Featured By Owner Jul 25, 2016  Hobbyist General Artist
Beautiful sensitive touch, love it.  Nice work!
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Enderbrah1 Featured By Owner Jul 21, 2016  Professional Digital Artist
You are now cursed. You must send this on or you will be killed. Tonight at 12:00am, by Bloody Mary. This is no joke. So don't think you can quickly get out of it and delete it now because Bloody Mary will come to you if you do not send this on. She will slit your throat and your wrists and pull your eyeballs out with a fork. And then hang your dead corpse in your bedroom cupboard or put you under your bed. What's your parents going to do when they find you dead? Won't be funny then, will it? Don't think this is a fake and it's all put on to scare you because your wrong, so very wrong. Want to hear of some of the sad, sad people who lost their lives or have been seriously hurt by this email?

CASE ONE -
Annalise [Surname Removed] :She got this email. Rubbish she thought. She deleted it. And now, Annalise dead.

CASE TWO -
Louise [Surname Removed]: She sent this to only 4 people and when she woke up in the morning her wrists had deep lacerations on each. Luckily there was no pain felt, though she is scarred for life.

CASE THREE -
Thomas [Surname Removed]: He sent this to 5 people. Big mistake. The night Thomas was lying in his bed watching T.V. The clock shows '12:01am'. The T.V misteriously flickered off and Thomas's bedroom lamp flashed on and off several times. It went pitch black, Thomas looked to the left of him and there she was, Bloody Mary standing in white rags. Blood everywhere with a knife in her hand then disappeared. The biggest fright of Thomas's life.

Warning... NEVER look in a mirror and repeat -'Bloody Mary.Bloody Mary.' Bloody Mary... I KILLED YOUR SON' Is it the end for you tonight! YOU ARE NOW CURSED 

We strongly advise you to send this email on. It is seriously NO JOKE. We don't want to see another life wasted. ITS YOUR CHOICE... WANNA DIE TONIGHT? If you send this email to...

NO PEOPLE - You're going to die.

1-5 PEOPLE - You're going to either get hurt or get the biggest fright of your life.

5-15 PEOPLE - You will bring your family bad luck and someone close to you will die.

15 -25 OR MORE PEOPLE - You are safe from Bloody Mary
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infinityfractals Featured By Owner Jul 19, 2016
wow
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AhhZombiess Featured By Owner Jul 15, 2016  Student
Love. :heart: Especially how the moon is between both sides!
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