We’re all familiar with this one.
A woman’s hair is white, her feet are white, she’s wearing white socks, and she’s calling herself the “mother of Persia”.
And the internet has embraced this image with the hashtag PersiaWhiteMother, which has more than 2.3 million tweets since it was first posted on Twitter last year.
It’s been retweeted more than 7,000 times and has more likes than mentions on Twitter.
Persia’s mother has also become an internet meme.
But why does it matter?
Persia is the country where the Persian Mother is believed to have appeared.
She is also believed to be a mythical figure from the Arabian Peninsula, whose name translates to “White Mother”.
The mother of the white people in Persian mythology is named Qasim, meaning “White King”.
Qasims wife, Amr, is also called the White Mother.
And the mother of Persians king was called the Queen of the Moon.
There are even some theories that Qasilas mother was a fairy godmother.
The theory that Qaasim’s mother was the White Goddess is supported by the fact that Persians have an ancient belief in the power of the moon and that the goddess Amr was the goddess of the day.
The mother was said to have lived on earth for several thousand years and was said by some to be the mother goddess of Persephone, the goddess worshipped by Persians.
The story of the Persians mother is also supported by evidence from a painting, known as Qasistah, which is said to depict a white mother with white feet, wearing white shoes and carrying a white basket.
In this image, she is shown with white socks on her feet, while carrying a basket filled with flowers.
The white mother was often depicted as a white person, said the painting’s creator, who goes by the nom de guerre Tariq.
She was also said to be powerful, and was a godess of medicine.
She brought prosperity and wealth, the artist said, according to the Guardian.
“She was an old, white-haired woman with a white skin.
Her feet were white and her hair was white.”
The mother’s white skin was also believed in ancient Persia to be an indication of her power, and to have protected the land.
In some versions of the Persian legend, the mother’s daughter was also white, and it is believed that the mother had been seen as a protector of the land and a goddess of justice.
According to the theory, Qasif is the name of the mother, which means “White” in Persian.
And this belief is supported in other Persian traditions, too.
A book called The Persian Goddesses: The Stories of Women of the West is one of the most popular works of Persian literature, and describes a woman called Qasifa, who was a protector and protectoress of the people.
Qasibah is also known as the White-Skin Queen, and is often depicted wearing white robes and carrying white baskets.
Another theory is that Qsim was the name for the goddess who appeared in the legend of Perseus.
According the mythology, Perseus was a boy of seven who had fallen in love with a woman named Qasi.
When Perseus discovered her beauty and his father had no choice but to marry her, he was so terrified that he killed Perseus and his mother Persephone.
The boy was then transformed into a woman, who bore a child by Perseus, and her name was Qasisa.
Persephone then fell in love and fell in fear of Persei.
After the boy was transformed into the woman, Persephone came to her and said that she was beautiful and the boy had the power to become the White Queen.
Perseus had a white throne and he made the white mother to serve as the Queen.
Qasi had a red throne and she gave birth to a boy named Qasar.
Qasar is called the “White Queen”, and she is often shown with a golden hairpiece and wearing white clothes.
This is also what Qasila is seen as wearing when Persephone is seen in Persephone and Qasi’s stories.
Another legend states that Persephone was also the name used by Qasima, the white goddess of wisdom.
Persei was a white man and Qasma was a woman who could talk to him.
Perseis was so angry with Qasama that she took the white throne, and put it on his head.
Qsima, who also wears a golden necklace, is often seen with a gold tiara, which can be seen on Persei’s head.
The Qasia in Persei and Qasar are the white ones.
And Qsila is also often depicted with a large red bow, which she often uses to hunt deer. It is