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arjuna-vallabha:

Elegance, detail of Tara, nepali sculpture

arjuna-vallabha:

Elegance, detail of Tara, nepali sculpture

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amare-habeo:

Otto Mueller (German, 1874 - 1930)
Lovers / Sitting Gypsy Lovers (Liebespaar / Sitzendes Zigeuner-Liebespaar), 1920
 Galerie Thomas, Germany

amare-habeo:

Otto Mueller (German, 1874 - 1930)

Lovers / Sitting Gypsy Lovers (Liebespaar / Sitzendes Zigeuner-Liebespaar), 1920

 Galerie Thomas, Germany

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Tell me,
will the night cup you in his hand
until you can go to sleep?
Will he comb his fingers
through your hair and maybe
pull it a little, or a little more?
Will the night find your neck
with his mouth in the dark?
Will he find himself a new way
to use you between the legs
before daylight ends you both?
If you can’t tell me yes,
then let me be your night.
Let me be your night tonight.

Peregrine

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poetry peregrine

Do you think the dictionary ever says to itself
I’ve got these words that mean completely
different things inside myself
and it’s tearing me apart?
My errors are even bigger than that.

Dean Young, “Selected Recent and New Errors,” from Poetry, Vol. 192, No. 4, July/August. (via literarymiscellany)

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theantidote:

The human heart is like a night bird. Silently waiting for something, and when the time comes, it flies straight toward it.

Haruki Murakami, from Colorless Tsukuru Tazaki and His Years of Pilgrimage (Knopf, 2014)

(via metaphorformetaphor:)

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Via The Antidote

I dreamed this,
does that mean it didn’t happen?
Does it have to happen in the world to be real?

Louise Glück, from Castile (via violentwavesofemotion)

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I have absolutely no hypochondriac tendencies… but it sure seems like we’re not taking even the slightest precaution against this outbreak of Ebola if we allow flights in from the hot zone and don’t even check or quarantine the passengers… this is some scary business… someone wandering around Texas for four or five days while symptomatic.

My thoughts and prayers not only for this patient and his family, but for the flight crew and passengers and all the people in the airport terminals and waiting rooms and doctors’ offices and hospital staffs and his friends and any restaurant workers or mass transit travelers who bumped into this poor guy in the last week. The list itself is frighteningly long. The CDC has their work cut out for them.

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