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Art forms, beautiful rhythms, & fluent Sarcasm.

langleav:

New poem, hope you likey xo Lang 
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Love & Misadventure by Lang Leav now in major bookstores including Barnes & Noble, Waterstones, Fully Booked, Chapters/Indigo, Kinokuniya + many  more. Also available online from Amazon, Barnes & Noble + The Book Depository for free worldwide shipping.

langleav:

New poem, hope you likey xo Lang 

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Love & Misadventure by Lang Leav now in major bookstores including Barnes & Noble, Waterstones, Fully Booked, Chapters/Indigo, Kinokuniya + many  more. Also available online from Amazon, Barnes & Noble + The Book Depository for free worldwide shipping.

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nypl:

Today we celebrate the legacy of a remarkable author - Gabriel Garcia Marquez. Although he left us too soon, his words remain. So visit your local library today and check out your favorite book - whether it’s 100 Years of Solitude, Love in the Time of Cholera or The Autumn of the Patriarch - and love the words of the exceptional Gabriel Garcia Marquez.

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poonanji:

see terms:
daddy issues
friend zoned
jail bait

poonanji:

see terms:

  • daddy issues
  • friend zoned
  • jail bait

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“Men don’t take the time to end things.
They ignore you, until you insist on a declaration of hate.”

—   Mad Men (via rabbitinthemoon)

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theantivision:

Portland, OR.

theantivision:

Portland, OR.

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thedailydoodles:

"Thoughts upon the Shuttle"
Halfway through the 14 hour shuttle ride from his parent’s home on Earth to his boarding school a few star systems over, Caleb McDaniels looks up from the homework he was meant to do over his Spring break and finds himself getting lost in the sea of stars out the window.
Having traveled this route back and forth from school every few months for several years now, he was quite bored with the long trip through space, and was equally bored with the thought of doing his homework to occupy himself. 
He stares at the same stars he always sees, and just lets his mind wander.
Each year he feels like the visit home is becoming more and more of a hassle for his parents… Maybe he just won’t go home anymore, so that his return doesn’t always put them out.  Home isn’t really home anyways.
The dreary planet below, some polluted backwater baby-Earth named QiiQ, catches Caleb’s eye as the shuttle travels past.   They still haven’t been connected to the interstellar routes, leaving anyone on the planet to be stuck where they are for their entire lives.
Caleb tries to picture what life would be like down there; how his point of view would be different if he was raised there and not on Earth, how his mindset just wouldn’t be the same…  It looks like nothing but dirt and sadness from up here.
He feels sad for the QiiQians, but he also knows he’s just saying that to himself because he’s supposed to.  He doesn’t really care.
Cursing himself for not bringing a book (he told himself that if he brought a book he wouldn’t do his homework but he should know himself well enough to know that he wasn’t going to do the homework either way), Caleb will spend the rest of the trip unsuccessfully trying to nap and hoping no one sits next to him.
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thedailydoodles:

"Thoughts upon the Shuttle"

Halfway through the 14 hour shuttle ride from his parent’s home on Earth to his boarding school a few star systems over, Caleb McDaniels looks up from the homework he was meant to do over his Spring break and finds himself getting lost in the sea of stars out the window.

Having traveled this route back and forth from school every few months for several years now, he was quite bored with the long trip through space, and was equally bored with the thought of doing his homework to occupy himself. 

He stares at the same stars he always sees, and just lets his mind wander.

Each year he feels like the visit home is becoming more and more of a hassle for his parents… Maybe he just won’t go home anymore, so that his return doesn’t always put them out.  Home isn’t really home anyways.

The dreary planet below, some polluted backwater baby-Earth named QiiQ, catches Caleb’s eye as the shuttle travels past.   They still haven’t been connected to the interstellar routes, leaving anyone on the planet to be stuck where they are for their entire lives.

Caleb tries to picture what life would be like down there; how his point of view would be different if he was raised there and not on Earth, how his mindset just wouldn’t be the same…  It looks like nothing but dirt and sadness from up here.

He feels sad for the QiiQians, but he also knows he’s just saying that to himself because he’s supposed to.  He doesn’t really care.

Cursing himself for not bringing a book (he told himself that if he brought a book he wouldn’t do his homework but he should know himself well enough to know that he wasn’t going to do the homework either way), Caleb will spend the rest of the trip unsuccessfully trying to nap and hoping no one sits next to him.

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wowgreat:

Japanese Block Prints

(Source: d-e-a-d-ly, via polarvarg)

I’m pretty sure I’ll be this vain forever. 

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faggot-y0uth:

Yeaaah ..

faggot-y0uth:

Yeaaah ..

darksilenceinsuburbia:

Taylor Curry

Feathers

These images were created by photographer Taylor Curry without a camera, using a process known as Cliché-Verre.

“The Cliche-Verre, to me, is quite literally Nature as the Negative. The items are placed directly onto a 4×5 or 8×10 glass plate. Using the color enlarger, I project the specimen onto 8×10 color film, RA-4 Color paper or Polaroid film capturing the image.

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boltart:


It was a sunny summer afternoon, July 29, 1925. Harry Warnecke, a photographer for the New York News, got a phone tip that a cat trying to carry its kittens home was tying up traffic because a policeman had stopped the cars on a busy street (Centre Street) to allow it to cross.

boltart:

It was a sunny summer afternoon, July 29, 1925. Harry Warnecke, a photographer for the New York News, got a phone tip that a cat trying to carry its kittens home was tying up traffic because a policeman had stopped the cars on a busy street (Centre Street) to allow it to cross.

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“My first love
was some insignificant boy
when it should have been
myself.”

—   Michelle K., First Love.  (via 1ca1ca)

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