suonko:

Valerie and her Week of Wonders (1970)

suonko:

Valerie and her Week of Wonders (1970)

(via blessedwildapplegirl)

betweenpoems:


The Lord gives everything and charges
by taking it back. What a bargain.
Like being young for a while. We are
allowed to visit hearts of women,
to go into their bodies so we feel
no longer alone. We are permitted
romantic love with its bounty and half-life
of two years….

blankdiary:

morella

blankdiary:

morella

(via goodmemory)

"You get old and you realize there are no answers, just stories."

— Garrison Keillor, Pontoon: A Novel of Lake Wobegon (via fewthistle)

(via yoga9vipassana)

desc0l0rid0:

Todo pessoa tem sua história, e também cada lugar.

desc0l0rid0:

Todo pessoa tem sua história, e também cada lugar.

(via eleganceforthedark)


Montmartre Paris 1950s 
Photo: Patrice Molinard 

Montmartre Paris 1950s

Photo: Patrice Molinard 

(Source: greeneyes55, via under-the-gaslight)

"It always shocked me when I realized that I wasn’t the only person in the world who thought and felt such strange and awful things."

— Looking for Alaska by John Green (via alaska-is-in-the-labyrinth)

(Source: mikasa-ackermans-scarf, via brownrosy)

aglassofblue:

I’m driving home from school when the radio talk
turns to E.B. White, his birthday, and I exit
the here and now of the freeway at rush hour,

travel back into the past, where my mother is reading
to my sister and me the part about Charlotte laying her eggs
and dying, and though this is the fifth…

"To the dumb question ‘Why me?’ the cosmos barely bothers to return the reply: Why not?"

— Christopher Hitchens (via blackestdespondency)

(via polaroidsandthoughts)

funeral-wreaths:

Julia Margaret Cameron, Sister Spirits, 1865

funeral-wreaths:

Julia Margaret Cameron, Sister Spirits, 1865

(via under-the-gaslight)