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ladyinwaitingblog:

Let’s Celebrate: Mexican Pulp Art!!

(Source: urmirandawrites)

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“You came, and I was wild for you;
you cooled my heart, burning with desire”

Sappho  (via lucasta)

(Source: bisexual-books)

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The Girl in the Moon c. 1923 (x)

The Girl in the Moon c. 1923 (x)

(Source: vintagegal)

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enterthebrighteyeok:

My friend byronictwist and I went gallivanting and pillaging the secret wonders of the Gold Coast. Namely this beautiful antique store. There may be an ongoing squabble between us for the coffin.

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“Life only exists at this very moment, and in this very moment it is infinite and eternal. For the present moment is infinitely small; before we can measure it, it has gone, and yet it exists forever.”

Alan Watts (via fukkmcmxciv)

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Words that have gone into obscurity

raspberrypie-:

Allemande: courtly baroque dance in which the arms are interlaced

Logophile: a lover of words

Delenda: things to be deleted or distroyed

Orphrey: Gold or other rich embroidery

Phrontistery: a thinking-place; a place of study

Celeste: sky blue

Aureate: the fanciful and flowery language of poets

Rosarium: a rose garden; or someone who grows roses

Eudaemonia: true happiness

Eremite: a hermit; one who lives in solitude

Eidolon: a phantom, or spectre; a shadow of mere existence

(Source: rose-coloured-dreams)

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(Source: overdistracted)

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chimneyfish:


Phyllis un Tod, 1984
Horst Janssen

chimneyfish:

Phyllis un Tod, 1984

Horst Janssen

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(Source: nickdrake)

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