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sosaidthechildren:


How to Make the Perfect Mix || clara z

sosaidthechildren:

How to Make the Perfect Mix || clara z

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icedoutyouth:

I LOVE MAURA WEAVER SO MUCH IT’S STUPID

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The day we met
I wanted to check-out
the astrology section
from the library

to better understand
the way you move
with such gravitation
as if you knew
that we are all just constellations
waiting to be named by life

and I want to be named
by you. I want to be all
planet holy star fire gospel

I want to be all rise in the east
set in the west of your heart
like something so cosmic
it births us into this world
with an imprint of stardust.

Matthew Yasuoka (via myasuoka)

bottleage:

jonathanminor:

Happy Jawbreaker day, and May the fourth be with you!

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My favorite things come together.

workman:

collectivehistory:
The Third of May 1808 (Execution of the Defenders of Madrid), painting by Francisco Goya ca. 1814
This painting was commissioned by the provisional government of Spain, upon Goya’s suggestion, to commemorate the invasion of Spain by Napoleon’s troops in 1808. At the time it was painted, the painting was considered groundbreaking and revolutionary, as it presents the horrors of war that had heretofore not been openly illustrated. The painting focuses on one man, illuminated in white light in the middle of the painting, arms held out to the sides, facing a French firing squad. His slain companions litter the ground. It is thus considered one of the first pieces of modern art. 

workman:

collectivehistory:

The Third of May 1808 (Execution of the Defenders of Madrid), painting by Francisco Goya ca. 1814

This painting was commissioned by the provisional government of Spain, upon Goya’s suggestion, to commemorate the invasion of Spain by Napoleon’s troops in 1808. At the time it was painted, the painting was considered groundbreaking and revolutionary, as it presents the horrors of war that had heretofore not been openly illustrated. The painting focuses on one man, illuminated in white light in the middle of the painting, arms held out to the sides, facing a French firing squad. His slain companions litter the ground. It is thus considered one of the first pieces of modern art. 


Dante’s Inferno: a guide to hell

Dante’s Inferno: a guide to hell

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