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Water VioletOpajdara, like water violet, does not have strong roots that hold her in one place, so the hasty stream of life keeps carrying her forward. Although without a strong connection to the ground, on her way through the river water violet still manages to envelop her frail roots around a rock, or another river plant, and hold on to them, making herself at home, even if it is just for a short time, before the river forcibly rushes her onwards again.

Opajdara is pretty much the same; she doesn’t involve herself with places as much as with people. Except for the river, for river is her home.

Being able to see the interconnectedness and duality of everything, the microcosm and the macrocosm, Opajdara keeps bouncing between ideals and true values. Growing up is a painful process considering she’s Miss Petra Pan, forever just a kid trying to figure out which dreams are worth fighting for. If there are any.



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