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all stories are about wolves

“[i am healing by mistake.]
rome is also built on ruins.”

semi-hiatus

lucreza:

i’m back!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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do-the-toxic-waltz:

do u ever just listen to a guitar riff and get really uncontrollably turned on

morbid-eleganza:

Dolce & Gabbana

morbid-eleganza:

Dolce & Gabbana

Sharon Core (below, 2004) recreates Wayne Thiebaud’s Cakes (above, 1961) by hireing a baker that recreates the pop artist’s cakes and capturing them in the exact same lighting and framing.

nuanced-subversion:

is this beautiful solidarity too much for you, anon?

(also, i feel bad for you.)

#news

martinlydias:

Nous protégeons ceux qui ne peuvent pas se protéger leurs-même.

justanotherpalestinian:

White people praising Humans of New York for ‘humanizing’ the people of the Middle East… what the fuck did you think they were before? Terrorists? Savages? Extremists? Subhumans? It needed to take a white guy with a camera for you all to realize that our people are humans with lives that your fucking government destroyed.

#isms

mythology meme:  [1/5] pairings
↳ orpheus & eurydice

Eurydice was a nymph and the bride of Orpheus, a legendary musician and poet. On their wedding day, she got bit by a viper and died from the poison. The despairing Orpheus played such sad songs on his lyre that even the gods wept and told him to go to the Underworld to bring her back. Orpheus did so and finally played in front of Hades and Persephone, whose cold hearts were thawed by his song. They allowed for Eurydice’s return on one condition: Orpheus must walk in front of her and not look back until they’re out of the Underworld. Along the way, Orpheus began to suspect that he’d been deceived, that Eurydice was not there with him at all. Just as soon as he reached daylight, he looked back, and she disappeared back into the Underworld. However, when Orpheus was later killed by the Maenads, his soul was reunited with hers in the Underworld.

mythology meme:  [1/5] pairings

↳ orpheus & eurydice

Eurydice was a nymph and the bride of Orpheus, a legendary musician and poet. On their wedding day, she got bit by a viper and died from the poison. The despairing Orpheus played such sad songs on his lyre that even the gods wept and told him to go to the Underworld to bring her back. Orpheus did so and finally played in front of Hades and Persephone, whose cold hearts were thawed by his song. They allowed for Eurydice’s return on one condition: Orpheus must walk in front of her and not look back until they’re out of the Underworld. Along the way, Orpheus began to suspect that he’d been deceived, that Eurydice was not there with him at all. Just as soon as he reached daylight, he looked back, and she disappeared back into the Underworld. However, when Orpheus was later killed by the Maenads, his soul was reunited with hers in the Underworld.

NO SALVATION

"My poor mother

begged for a sheep

but raised a wolf.”

// for girls with razor sharp claws and golden rings adorned on their fingers; the scrapes on your knees from praying ooze time and time again, but it doesn’t matter, no, it doesn’t matter because you no longer weep for your wounds. you do not weep because you are stronger than that. you are the wolf hidden among the sheep. [listen[how todownload]