To Love A Libra Is To Love All Of Her

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To Love A Libra Is To Love All Of Her

A Libra: a pastel pink color, a harmonious environment, a soft love.

If you have a Libra in your life, you need to understand and love every part of her.

To love a Libra is to love how she appreciates art. 

Libras get drawn into passion projects. They appreciate the principles of art–balance and harmony, mostly. They won’t necessarily be too critical of others.

To love a Libra is to know that they need balance.  

People-pleasers? For sure. People are drawn to Libras because they want to make everyone happy. Libras love people.

At the same time, they need their alone time. In order to grow, they need space and time to discover new parts of themselves that they can show off.

To love a Libra is to know that they need love. 

When there’s love, that means partnerships. Their one true desire is to be in a relationship with someone. Relationship = attention. And yes, Libras attention.

So if you love her, love all of her. She wants to be noticed and appreciated.

To love a Libra is to love love itself. 

Libras are ruled by Venus, the planet of love. They thrive best in a love-centered atmosphere. A soft, safe space.

So when you think of a Libra, think of a pastel-colored room. Notice how everything in the room is balanced. Love it.

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Kelly Peacock

Brooklyn-based poet, writer, and music enthusiast.

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