Tragic love of love for stone with dead eyes alone Picture

a very nineteenth century and one of the most melancholic myths and depictions ever written, a story of the Etherith mythology of the muse of Helix and Antihelix, lovers, having to stand one as a sculpture of stone supporting a temple, while the other greaves in the gardens, untill one breathes her last fe breaths and lights upon her eyes, warmth of any kind touches her skin, and then, she is gone, and antihelix wakes.
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