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He always smiled as though there were a very special secret between the two of us; a rather shocking but really very deep secret that we knew about. He always smiled as though there were something lewd about the secret to outsiders, but that it was something that we understood. It would not do to expose it to people who would not understand.
by Ernest Hemingway, from The Sun Also Rises (via violentwavesofemotion)
Because that’s what she should lose, to come alive.
by An 8-year old Friedrich Nietzsche was asked to explain to his mother why he had painted his sister, Elisabeth, without her head. His response was the above. (via violentwavesofemotion)
mfjr:

MoMA - The Starry Night by Vincent van Gogh 

mfjr:

MoMA - The Starry Night by Vincent van Gogh 

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rosaluxmemeburg:

peakcapitolism:

imnothavinit:

Link to the NYT article on the autopsy

People are arguing that this is because he was charging but

A)Why would a kid, especially a black kid, unprovoked, charge a cop

B)Seriously why would anyone do that

C) he has bullet wounds on the inner side of his arms which would be exposed only if they were raised

(via liamdryden)

slippier:

Luciana by Javier Palacios
This is an oil painting, currently entered in the BP Portrait Award 2014

slippier:

Luciana by Javier Palacios

This is an oil painting, currently entered in the BP Portrait Award 2014

(via pvbertyblues)

You will see that you contain all opposites and spend many years trying to figure out which one is true, and snuff out the one you believe to be a lie. You will try to murder yourself, and fail. You will change your mind and reverse your strategy. And again. This tactic is a pendulum shaped like an axe that swings wild and wide. This is how you will die the death of a thousand cuts.

When you grow bored of bleeding out you will decide you are great enough to contain all opposites. You will attempt to love them, equally. But you won’t. You will conclude that good and evil is an opinion. You will begin to question how your opinions have developed. You will keep some, discard others.

You will reason that if the same intelligence that holds the cosmos together, that keeps the sun at perfect distance, that spins the earth, is present in all things then maybe, just maybe, even this is somehow perfect: its horror and its ecstasy.


by Alison Nappi (via venuschild)

(Source: euo, via zemra-jem)


Auguste Abeliunaite at Women

Auguste Abeliunaite at Women

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Suki Waterhouse for Obsession, June 2014

just-laff:

never throw me anything unless you’re ok with it dropping

(Source: imthedogwithablog, via marypussypoppins)

I get way too sensitive when I get attached to someone. I can detect the slightest change in the tone of their voice, and suddenly I’m spending all day trying to figure out what I did wrong.
by Humans of New York - Amman, Jordan (via 5000letters)

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queenofthieves:


Rita Hayworth, for example was known for her long, completely painted nails. Here is a close-up of her hands from the movie Blood and Sand from 1941.

like damn bitch never gets a hangnail?

queenofthieves:

Rita Hayworth, for example was known for her long, completely painted nails. Here is a close-up of her hands from the movie Blood and Sand from 1941.

like damn bitch never gets a hangnail?

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