Jul22
magnoliaviolette:

franciscodossantos:

by Dorina Costras

biseeeee :)

magnoliaviolette:

franciscodossantos:

by Dorina Costras

biseeeee :)

Jul22
pseuglam:

Antonio Solario (lo Zingaro), “Saint Catherine of Alexandria and an Angel” (detail)
XVI century
288 x 140 mm
National Gallery, London

pseuglam:

Antonio Solario (lo Zingaro), “Saint Catherine of Alexandria and an Angel” (detail)

XVI century

288 x 140 mm

National Gallery, London

(Source: tharlk, via tierradentro)

Jul22
Jack Spicer, "A Book of Music," from My Vocabulary Did This to Me: The Collected Poetry of Jack Spicer (Wesley University Press, (via apoetreflects)
Coming at an end, the lovers
Are exhausted like two swimmers. Where
Did it end? There is no telling. No love is
Like an ocean with the dizzy procession of the waves’ boundaries
From which two can emerge exhausted, nor long goodbye
Like death.
Coming at an end. Rather, I would say, like a length
Of coiled rope
Which does not disguise in the final twists of its lengths
Its endings.
But, you will say, we loved
And some parts of us loved
And the rest of us will remain
Two persons. Yes,
Poetry ends like a rope.
Jul15
Jul15
whataniceone:

Purple verbena :)

whataniceone:

Purple verbena :)

Jul15

Siddhartha Gautama

(via mutedpeach)

(Source: purplebuddhaproject, via whataniceone)

If your compassion does not include yourself, it is incomplete.
Jul15
Jul15
Jul15
poboh:

Study for The Garden Court, Edward Burne-Jones. English Pre-Raphaelite Painter (1833 - 1898)

poboh:

Study for The Garden Court, Edward Burne-Jones. English Pre-Raphaelite Painter (1833 - 1898)

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Jun29
Dean Young, The Art of Recklessness: Poetry as Assertive Force and Contradiction (Graywolf Press, 2010)

(Source: afallowfield, via apoetreflects)

I always tell my students not to worry about originality; just try to copy the manners and musics of the various, the more various the better, poetries you love: your originality will come from your inability to copy well: YOUR GENIUS IS YOUR ERROR.