Words and A Song: James Freud πŸ‡¦πŸ‡Ί

The Coloring Of Love, Through "Modern Girl!" A Brief Journey With The Late JAMES FREUD! πŸ‡¦πŸ‡Ί

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Words characterize love in such a holistic way. It moves it into understanding the complexities for a gentle love. Oftentimes, you come to wonder if love is established differently in the modern world. Do we experience love in a different way than the older times? Was love spoken of, or presented in a more passionate manner than what we have been used to? Whose to know? Nevertheless, the music always permits us to, imagine. The song? β€œModern Girl.”

Love’s Modernity Of Spanish Gardens In An Ancient World

Lauren Kaye Clark

James Freud

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