Go Walk the Tightrope

Jul 26

Moving by Supergrass

Jul 14

2headedsnake:

Cedric Le Borgne

(top 3) ‘Les Voyageurs’, 2006, Geneve

(Bottom 3) ‘Les Voyaguers’, 2011, Durham, UK

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Jul 9

Well, I like the idea very much.

lustik:Blick

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qwantzfeed:

first I put my arms around him yes and drew him down to me so he could feel my breasts all perfume yes and his heart was going like mad and yes I said yes I will Yes. OR WILL I??
Jul 4

qwantzfeed:

first I put my arms around him yes and drew him down to me so he could feel my breasts all perfume yes and his heart was going like mad and yes I said yes I will Yes. OR WILL I??

Jul 4

Oh, Suede. I love you. I really do. #hitme #suede

indiebreakfast
Apr 5

indiebreakfast

explore-blog:

What is more important and more difficult is to observe (in this instance mainly a mental process) resemblances or correlations between things that on the surface appeared quite unrelated. 
The art of observation and how to master the crucial difference between observation and intuition, illustrated with wonderful vintage photos of women in science.
Mar 29

explore-blog:

What is more important and more difficult is to observe (in this instance mainly a mental process) resemblances or correlations between things that on the surface appeared quite unrelated. 

The art of observation and how to master the crucial difference between observation and intuition, illustrated with wonderful vintage photos of women in science.

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for me to admit that I don’t want a room. I want an expanse. 

Mar 28
It took a while
theparisreview:

“See, I haven’t led a literary life. These fellows, they really work away with their prose trying to describe themselves and understand themselves, and so on. I don’t do that. I don’t want to know too much about myself.” —Robert Frost, the Art of Poetry No. 2


Damn straight, mister.
Mar 26

theparisreview:

“See, I haven’t led a literary life. These fellows, they really work away with their prose trying to describe themselves and understand themselves, and so on. I don’t do that. I don’t want to know too much about myself.” —Robert Frost, the Art of Poetry No. 2

Damn straight, mister.

"Perhaps I was too hard on her." 
"No. She needed to hear that. She can’t always have it easy. There’s no point in being onion-skinned. I mean, she’s driving off of a cliff."
"I still feel bad about it. Maybe it was gentleness she needed."
"Well, that approach has been tried. Many times. Still, no results." 
"I pushed her away. If ever I was like that to you back then, I am so sorry. Forgive me. Please don’t leave me. Let’s be friends forever!" (Sobs mockingly) 
"Oh, no, no. You weren’t like that to me. If ever you were…and I think you were…you were just looking out for me. I understand that. Thank you." 

Mar 25
Fiction