Wednesday, 4 July 2012



1. exquisite, fine, or subtle in quality, character, construction, etc.
2. having a soft or fragile beauty
3. (of colour, tone, taste, etc.) pleasantly subtle, soft, or faint
4. easily damaged or injured; lacking robustness, especially in health; fragile
5. precise, skilled, or sensitive in action or operation: a delicate mechanism
6. requiring tact and diplomacy
7. sensitive in feeling or manner; showing regard for the feelings of others
8. excessively refined; squeamish
9. archaic  a delicacy; dainty

Here lies torture
A delicate border
Fooling the eye

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