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    I Decided To Turn Every Song From Taylor Swift's "Evermore" Into A Poster, And Here's What I Came Up With

    “Sometimes, walking out is the one thing that will find you the right thing."

    Hi! My name is Jackie, and I'm a graphic designer and illustrator. I'm also a huge Taylor Swift fan. You may remember when I turned every song from folklore into posters. Well, in honor of her new album, evermore, I once again made a visual interpretation of each song on this new album!

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    Here are the results:

    1. "willow"

    A whimsical willow tree bent slightly toward toward the ground
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    “Life was a willow, and it bent right to your wind."

    2. "champagne problems"

    A glass of champagne spilled over onto the floor
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    “Your heart was glass, I dropped it."

    3. "gold rush"

    A warm cup of tea sparkling and smoking on a cold morning
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    “And then it fades into the gray of my day‑old tea, cause it could never be."

    4. "'tis the damn season"

    A row of quaint, snow-covered houses
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    “We could just ride around, and the road not taken looks real good now / And it always leads to you and my hometown."

    5. "tolerate it"

    A man and woman couple eating out at a restaurant, the woman looking unhappy
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    “Lay the table with the fancy shit and watch you tolerate it."

    6. "no body, no crime"

    A mysterious woman walking away from the ocean on a starry night
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    “Good thing my daddy made me get a boating license when I was fifteen / And I've cleaned enough houses to know how to cover up a scene."

    7. "happiness"

    A woman in a sparkling gown staring at the sun rising from a mountainous horizon
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    “There is a glorious sunrise, dappled with the flickers of light from the dress I wore at midnight, leave it all behind / And there is happiness."

    8. "dorothea"

    A girl sitting in a bean bag and reading a fashion magazine
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    “Ooh, you're a queen, sellin' dreams, sellin' makeup and magazines / Oh, from you, I'd buy anything."

    9. "coney island"

    A girl at Coney Island sitting on a bench and watching a ferris wheel spin around
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    “And I'm sitting on a bench in Coney Island, wondering where did my baby go? / The fast times, the bright lights, the merry go."

    10. "ivy"

    Two people holding hands with ivy wrapped around their wrists and fingers, entangling them together
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    “My pain fits in the palm of your freezing hand, taking mine / But it's been promised to another."

    11. "cowboy like me"

    A stable decorated for Christmas on a snowy day
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    “And the tennis court was covered up with some tent‑like thing."

    12. "long story short"

    A sword lying on the ground as a star falls through the heavens above
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    “When I dropped my sword, I threw it in the bushes and knocked on your door.”

    13. "marjorie"

    A woman sitting on the edge of a lake, staring at her reflection as she mourns someone she lost, but the person's memory is always with her in spirit
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    “What died didn't stay dead / You're alive, you're alive in my head."

    14. "closure"

    A crumpled letter next to three candles that burn brightly despite the darkness setting in all around
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    “Yes, I got your letter / Yes, I'm doing better / I know that it's over / I don't need your closure."

    15. "evermore"

    A mix tape with the tape unraveled, the love songs captured on it lost forever
    Jackie Maldonado

    “I rewind thе tape, but all it does is pause on thе very moment all was lost."

    16. "right where you left me"

    A girl sitting at a table, covered in cobwebs as she waits for her lover's return
    Jackie Maldonado

    "Everybody moved on / I, I stayed there / Dust collected on my pinned-up hair / They expected me to find somewhere / Some perspective, but I sat and stared."

    17. And lastly – "it's time to go"

    A door opened to the outside world where a beach scene awaits as a beacon of freedom and hope after love lost
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    “Sometimes, walking out is the one thing that will find you the right thing."

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