Falling Angel called Love by Swank!

 Falling angel called love ...
Where?
SWANK EVENT 

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Jewels by Zuri
Zuri Rayna Only you Rose (necklace, bracelets and earrings Crimson)

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Suit  by Enzo Champagne:
(C)SHADE Ruby Mesh Suit 
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Poses by Posesion: Love Poses: Set with 10 female poses (I think many are very unisex)

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Marissa´s outfit!
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Cupid, draw back your bow
And let your arrow flow
Straight to my lover's heart for me
Nobody but me
Cupid, please hear my cry
And let your arrow fly
Straight to my lover's heart for me
I don't want to bother you but I'm in distress
There's danger of me losing all of my happiness
Oh, I love a man who doesn't know I exist
And this you can fix, so




Cupid, draw back your bow
And let your arrow flow
Straight to my lover's heart for me
Nobody but me
Cupid, please hear my cry
And let your arrow fly

Straight to my lover's heart for me
Now if your arrow makes his love strong for me
I swear I'm gonna love him till eternity
I know that 'tween the both of us
His heart we can steal
Cupid, help me if you will, so
Cupid, draw back your bow
And let your arrow flow
Straight to my lover's heart for me
Nobody but me
Cupid, please hear my cry
And let your arrow fly
Straight to my lover's heart for me

Hey Cupid, Cupid, I'm calling
Don't you hear me I'm calling you?








Cuenta la leyenda que la diosa Venus, madre de Cupido, estaba muy celosa de una mujer mortal llamada Psique y conocida por su extrema belleza. Es por ello que encargó al travieso Cupido la misión de hacerla enamorarse locamente de algún hombre de baja condición. El problema fue que cuando Cupido vio a Psique se enamoró 

perdidamente de ella, y en lugar de cumplir el encargo de su madre decidió tomarla por mujer. Instaló a Psique en su palacio y la visitaba todas las noches, a oscuras, para que ella no conociese su identidad divina. Las hermanas de la mujer, celosas de su suerte y de las riquezas de su marido, la convencieron de que éste era una terrible serpiente y de que debía matarlo. 



Cupid & Psyche - General Photographic Agency / Stringer/ Hulton Archives/ Getty Images
Cuando Psique iluminó el cuerpo de su marido con la intención de cumplir su cometido, descubrió que este era el dios Cupido y no fue capaz de hacerle daño. Pero él la descubrió y, arrepentido de desoír los consejos de su madre y de haberse herido con sus propias flechas, decide castigarla huyendo. 








Comienza entonces el largo peregrinaje de Psique, quien recorre cielo y tierra en busca de su Cupido. En el cielo encuentra a Venus, quien le hace pasar por durísimas pruebas con la intención de verla desesperarse o morir en el esfuerzo. Pero ella no se rindió, y como recompensa pudo finalmente casarse con Cupido en el consejo de los dioses.



The fame of Psyche's beauty threatens to eclipse that of Venus herself, and the love goddess sends Cupid to work her revenge. Cupid, however, becomes enamored of Psyche, and arranges for her to be taken to his palace. He visits her by night, warning her not to try to look upon him. 
Psyche's envious sisters convince her that her lover must be a hideous monster, and she finally introduces a lamp into their chamber to see him. Startled by his beauty, she drips hot oil from the lamp and wakes him. He abandons her. She wanders the earth looking for him, and finally submits to the service of Venus, who tortures her. The goddess then sends Psyche on a series of quests. Each time she despairs, and each time she is given divine aid. On her final task, she is to retrieve a dose of Proserpina's beauty from the underworld. She succeeds, but on the way back can't resist opening the box in the hope of benefitting from it herself, whereupon she falls into a torpid sleep. Cupid finds her in this state, and revives her by returning the sleep to the box. Cupid grants her immortality so the couple can be wed as equals.

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