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Sunday, December 14, 2014

Unconventional Christmas pose...Driven to Tears

Hi lovelies!

Sorry for the late response. It's a busy time of year.

I'm here with a new pose. I thought about what to do for Christmas besides winter landscapes. As you know by now, I am a huge fan of Sting AKA Gordon Sumner. The song Driven to Tears might have been one of the youtube suggestions for me. I adore Youtube.

The song is about poverty and it asks us how we react to it. What do we do to help? Christmas is a time for charity and helping others. I hope you all know just how lucky you are to live in a warm home and be with family. There are always people worse off than we are. Are we doing enough to help them? Winter is harsh and the nights can be hardest for the homeless on the street or for the orphans living in orphanages or in foster homes. Things we have should never be taken for granted.

How can you say that you're not responsible?
What does it have to do with me?
What is my reaction, what should it be?
Confronted by this latest atrocity

Driven to tears

Hide my face in my hands, shame wells in my throat
My comfortable existance is reduced to a shallow meaningless party
Seems that when some innocent die
All we can offer them is a page in a some magazine
Too many cameras and not enough food
'Cos this is what we've seen



I took this at the wonderful FateIsland by Damie Fate. It's one of the best sims I've ever seen. He makes excellent clothes for men and women. He is the founder of FateWear and coldLogic.

I drew in tears in Photoshop. I felt like it needed that extra effect.

The blue color on the banister is thanks to the Lumipro projector. I wanted to make the image feel cold. I played with the red and it made the nose red like she was crying for awhile. She looks cold too.



Styling:

eyes: IKON
hair: little bones Golden ribs
dress: (2Chez) Santa dress in rigged and fitted mesh
boots: Fri.day Maggie boots from Collabor88
hands: Slink elegant

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