Tyrone Geter
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  • Elgin, SC
  • United States

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"The burden is a blessing(gold) that a lot of people have not discoverd."
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"I love your work. Beautiful!!!! I am anna new here, just drawn in by the beautiful art. "
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At 2:03pm on October 13, 2013, anna pugh said…

I love your work. Beautiful!!!! I am anna new here, just drawn in by the beautiful art.

 
 
 

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