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“Old gods lean in close.”
— Mary O’Donnell, from “Fairy Rath” (via the-final-sentence)
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Howl (1986), Ed Ruscha

Howl (1986), Ed Ruscha

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You have your Odin and I have mine.

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Anonymous asked:
What are you writing a paper on?
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At some point we stopped thinking of the future as Utopia and began thinking of it as apocalyptic.


Humanities and Political Science, Carleton University. 

"The Evolution of Public Thought from Utopia to Distopia, and the Effect on Public Policy"

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Hybrids (NSFW), by Gonzalo Bénard

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On the day the world ends
A bee circles a clover,
A fisherman mends a glimmering net.
Happy porpoises jump in the sea,
By the rainspout young sparrows are playing
And the snake is gold-skinned as it should always be.

On the day the world ends
Women walk through the fields under their umbrellas,
A drunkard grows sleepy at the edge of a lawn,
Vegetable peddlers shout in the street
And a yellow-sailed boat comes nearer the island,
The voice of a violin lasts in the air
And leads into a starry night.

And those who expected lightning and thunder
Are disappointed.
And those who expected signs and archangels’ trumps
Do not believe it is happening now.
As long as the sun and the moon are above,
As long as the bumblebee visits a rose,
As long as rosy infants are born
No one believes it is happening now.

Only a white-haired old man, who would be a prophet
Yet is not a prophet, for he’s much too busy,
Repeats while he binds his tomatoes:
No other end of the world will there be,
No other end of the world will there be.

Czesław Miłosz, A Song on the End of the World, Warsaw, 1944

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“I always wonder why birds stay in the same place when they can fly anywhere on the earth. Then, I ask myself the same question.”
— Harun Yahya (via milkwolves)
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Song: I Love You
Artist: Woodkid
Album: The Golden Age
5,343 plays


woodkid // i love you

whatever I feel for you
you only seem to care about you
is there any chance you could see me too?
cause I love you


as we were dancing in the blue
i was synchronized with you
but now the sound of love is out of tune

posted 1 week ago with 801 notes via ivarstead


By Leslie Ann O’Dell

posted 1 week ago with 35,671 notes via definitelydope
“I rise from my worst disasters, I turn, I change.”
— Virginia Woolf, from The Waves  (via raikaxy)
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"Always remember to finish off your opponent, if you can… No man ever ran away with his entrails hanging to his knees, or his head cut off.”

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