ABDL Nympho: Book 3
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here is a story about strength and beauty … and what it takes to become unbroken.
Strength is often viewed as a physical thing first and then as a mental one or an emotional. And perhaps it is viewed as physical first because physical strength is something we can visually see in actions.
Magnolia bushes and Magnolia trees are very visually striking with large blossoms. And the concept of Magnolia represents many dual things simultaneously – most prominently symbolizing strength with beauty.
Put the word Steel in front of it, and once you stop thinking about the movie, suddenly Magnolia depicts the strength of women.
The Magnolia is eternal, dating back through 20 million years of fossil records. What this means is: The Magnolia existed before the known presence of bees and therefore, was likely first pollinated by beetles.
In 20 million years, the Magnolia has had to adapt to changing climates and geological locations, in order to survive and to flourish. And no matter what the circumstances have been, Magnolias are still around and thriving just as much as they always have, since the beginning of time.
Magnolias suddenly seem pretty strong, don’t they? And they’re also beautiful. Dinosaurs were pretty strong, too. But dinosaurs are extinct, aren’t they?
For that reason, perhaps strength must first come from within before it can surface and finally be seen. Just perhaps.
Now, add the different colors to Magnolia and you get even deeper meanings still:
White Magnolias stand for purity and perfection.
Pink Magnolias symbolize youth, innocence, and joy.
Green Magnolias stand for joy, health, luck, and good fortune.
Purple Magnolias send out vibrations that help in achieving wishes of luck and health.
Magnolia Brown – ????
This is the story of Magnolia Brown, an average every day girl with a few kinks on the side – just like the rest of us. No one knew Magnolia the way she knew herself. The only twist to all of this was: She wasn’t aware of it yet. But all of that was about to change with the snapping of fingers as she learned how to become unbroken.
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