22 7 / 2014


Marlon Brando in A Streetcar Named Desire (1951)

Marlon Brando in A Streetcar Named Desire (1951)

(Source: vintagegal, via bookwormslivehere)

20 7 / 2014

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20 7 / 2014

genre swap → game of thrones as a sci-fi saga

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20 7 / 2014

"Don’t you dare
Shrink yourself
For someone else’s comfort -
Do not become small
For people who refuse to grow."

m.v., Advice to my future daughter, #2. (via findingwordsforthoughts)

(via internal-acceptance-movement)

20 7 / 2014

Where would we be without tomorrows?

What we’d have instead are todays. And if that was the case, with you, I’d hope for the longest day for today. I’d fill today with you, doing everything I’ve ever loved. I’d laugh, I’d talk, I’d listen and learn, I’d love, I’d love, I’d love. I’d make every day today and spend them all with you, and I’d never worry about tomorrow, when I wouldn’t be with you. And when that dreaded tomorrow comes for us, please know that I didn’t want to leave you, or be left behind, that every single moment spent with you were the best times in my life.

(Source: herrholmes)

20 7 / 2014

Views of Mt Fuji; Yuga Kurita

(Source: softwaring, via eternal-soliloquy)

20 7 / 2014

minervose:

poplerpig:

don’t u love how movies about the future changed it used to be like 

woa flying cars

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woa holograms

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woa time travel

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and now its just like 

we’re 

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allimage

probablyimage

goingimage

to die in some horrible apocalypse 

says a lot about out cultural state of mind

(via slightecho)

20 7 / 2014


Bob Dylan and Suze Rotolo at their Greenwich Village apartment, January 1962

Bob Dylan and Suze Rotolo at their Greenwich Village apartment, January 1962

(Source: thatgroovychick, via urbancelt)

19 7 / 2014

lindsaylohoean:

the word bed is in shape of a bed this is amusing

(via heather-snufkin)

19 7 / 2014

professorfangirl:

Ben Whishaw reading “Annabel Lee” by Edgar Allan Poe. I’ve never heard the strange, tender, spooky heart of it quite so clearly.

(My audio edit from the Poetica podcast, “Tides.”)

For my dear Henry.

(via bookwormslivehere)