twolines

Ana Morana, mirror shiner, polishes mirrors in Daisy’s Diner.
 

 

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~ by Beeskiffle on February 6, 2008.

8 Responses to “twolines”

  1. wonderful!

  2. Perfect, mirror, balance, tempo of polishing, she sees herself,

  3. just a silly moment of beats, squeaks and a reflection.

    xxxxx

  4. the squeaks are so cool, i heard them the first time without knowing where they came from, magic,

  5. oh and what a big smile with it! Fabulous 🙂

  6. thank you.

  7. Brilliant! I like it…

  8. Love this…like a childrens song.

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