Install Theme

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That’s what I do: I make coffee and occasionally succumb to suicidal nihilism. But you shouldn’t worry — poetry is still first. Cigarettes and alcohol follow.

— Anne Sexton, A Self-Portrait In Letters

doppelsinnismo:

Sommaren med Monika (1953)

(via wanted-wanted-doloreshaze)

retrogasm:

Bardot - Contempt, 1963

retrogasm:

Bardot - Contempt, 1963

nevver:

Hyperrealistic commute, Hisaya Taira

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The best of life is built on what we say when we’re in love. Believe me, you’ll remember all the silly things you’ve said; and you’ll find that your life has been built on them. It isn’t nonsense, it’s the truth, it’s the only truth.

Virginia Woolf, from Night And Day

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invisiblestories:

Henning Rogge, WWII bomb craters (via hyperallergic)

nevver:

Specimens, Michael Mapes

roland barthes - a lover’s discourse: fragments

fiseebilillah:

haveemaan:

And that’s what Islam granted us. So please educate yourself before you claim Muslim women have no right. Because believe me sweetheart we have had more rights than your ancestors hundreds of years ago.

Wallah i love this film

fiseebilillah:

haveemaan:

And that’s what Islam granted us. So please educate yourself before you claim Muslim women have no right. Because believe me sweetheart we have had more rights than your ancestors hundreds of years ago.

Wallah i love this film

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iamnotdoingshittoday:

A Mapped History of A Song of Ice and Fire by u/hotbrownDoubleDouble

(via imacriminalyoo)


Fragment of the Face of a Queen, made in Egypt during the reign of Akhenaten, c.1353-1336 BC (source).


Fragment of the Face of a Queen, made in Egypt during the reign of Akhenaten, c.1353-1336 BC (source).

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Lee Remick in Anatomy of Murder (1959)

Lee Remick in Anatomy of Murder (1959)

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