Letters&Poetry

There are two types of diamonds, but there are a lot of cuts and qualities they can have. One of them is the industrial one, coal chunk in a compressor, and the second one is the diamond as a gem and as a result of carbon arranged delicately. 
Both of them complete the task of being precious, of being a representation of commitment, of detail, of secureness and protection. This is a story about how diamonds represent more than just money, how they come between elegance and change. 
Born after pressure.
There are people; some we know and some we think we do, they do things; up and down they go, they complete tasks; maybe because they like it or because they have to, they learn; turning from a newborn ugly and unhealthy baby into a relationship of tools and a whole structure, a process. Somehow we don’t understand the…

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