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"a satisfactory hint of the unreality of reality, a promise that the rock of the world was founded securely on a fairy's wing."
happyemil:

becausebirds:

rembrandtswife:

(via 27 Bizarre And Beautiful Chickens)

Evolution is an artist.

mother nature be like “ugh I’m afraid if I color it I’ll ruin it but here’s the lineart anyway”

Oh girl among the roses, oh crush of doves,
oh fortress of fishes and rosebushes,
your soul is a bottle filled with thirsty salt
and your skin, a bell filled with grapes.

Unfortunately I have only fingernails to give you,
or eyelashes, or melted pianos,
or dreams that come spurting from my heart,
dusty dreams that run like black horsemen,
dreams filled with velocities and misfortunes.

I can love you only with kisses and poppies,
with garlands wet by the rain,
looking at ash-gray horses and yellow dogs.
I can love you only with waves at my back,
amid vague sulphur blows and brooding waters,
swimming against the cemeteries that flow in certain rivers
with wet fodder growing over the sad plaster tombs,
swimming across submerged hearts
and pale lists of unburied children.

There is much death, many funereal events
in my forsaken passions and desolate kisses,
there is the water that falls upon my head,
while my hair grows,
a water like time, a black unchained water,
with a nocturnal voice, with a shout
of birds in the rain, with an interminable
wet-winged shadow that protects my bones:
while I dress, while
interminably I look at myself in mirrors and windowpanes,
I hear someone who follows me, sobbing to me
with a sad voice rotted by time.

You stand upon the earth, filled
with teeth and lightning.
You spread the kisses and kill the ants.
You weep with health, with onion, with bee,
with burning abacus.
You are like a blue and green sword
and you ripple, when I touch you, like a river.

Come to my heart dressed in white, with a bouquet
of bloody roses and goblets of ashes,
come with an apple and a horse
because there is a dark room there and a broken candleholder,
some twisted chairs waiting for winter,
and a dead dove, with a number.

Pablo Neruda, “Ode with a Lament” (via oh-girl-among-the-roses)

(via oh-girl-among-the-roses)

simply-divine-creation:

Kelsey Garrity-Riley
🇺🇸🔔 (at Budweiser Made in America Festival PA)
But where are the wolves? (at Wall Street)
at Amber Kips Bay
fairytaleeditorials:

Julie Rode, Maria Palm Lyduch, and Solveig Mørk Hansen in “Flower Girls” photographed by Signe Vilstrup | Elle Denmark, April 2011