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Easy Tags: Art, Dessert, Music, Studio Ghibli
(and too many tv shows to list)

»Tokyo Darling
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"What kind of alien, out of all the places in the whole wide world, would invade some shitty council estate in South London?"
"One that’s looking for a fight."

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- You fantasize about how you would kill me. Tell me, how would you do it? 
- With my bare hands.

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The Bath House

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your little girls are
d y i n g

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asylum-art:

Artist on TumblrFlickr| Facebook | on Behance

Ricardo Bouyett is a fine art photographer based in Chicago, Illinois. Bouyett was born in San Juan, Puerto Rico, and moved to the states early on in his childhood. Transfixed by perspectives on reality and ideas behind identities, Bouyett developed an interest in telling his story on exploring freedom from social, economic, and political systems put into place by constantly moving culture. Through trial and error, Bouyett found himself drawn to certain themes and aesthetics regarding the representation of one’s authentic and inauthentic self. Inspired by choral music, poetry, psychology, classic literature, culture, and cinema, Bouyett presents narratives that explore the concept of identity and its relationship to the natural world.

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pre-raphaelisme:

Dolce Far Niente by John William Godward, 1897.

pre-raphaelisme:

Dolce Far Niente by John William Godward, 1897.

spiritleaf:

A deer that catches stars in its antlers

spiritleaf:

A deer that catches stars in its antlers

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"Fiction gives us empathy: it puts us inside the minds of other people, gives us the gifts of seeing the world through their eyes. Fiction is a lie that tells us true things, over and over."
Neil Gaiman Fahrenheit 451 Introduction

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41|50 lena headey

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shrinemaidens:

MYTHIC POETRY series:

This song is a cry for help: Help me! Only you, only you can, you are unique at last.

Alas, it is a boring song, but it works every time.

"Siren Song" — Margaret Atwood

soltreis:

we are not each other’s most beloved personwe are not afraid of losing anything

soltreis:

we are not each other’s most beloved person
we are not afraid of losing anything