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Rules for Happiness:
something to do,
someone to love,
something to hope for.
Immanuel Kant (via introspectivepoet)

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This is a poem about
how you never get the kiss you want
when you want it;
how time twines around your neck, its thorns
digging into your skin so you can never forget
how clinging to a string of hope, threading it
between your spine, and having it unravel before you
in the span of an hour
is worse than any metaphor about nakedness
that you poets will ever write.

This is my reflection in the mirror. This stanza
is the small gap where my fingers try to touch against
the glass.

You can’t even possess yourself; let alone
the person you see standing before you.

The moon
hasn’t come back from the cleaners yet
and I have nothing to slip into tonight that makes my reflection feel
beautiful.

Time is falling through the hole in my pocket. January
is coming soon, and I have a feeling that he’s never going to fall
out of love with this December.

He’ll still write her love letters. He’ll
send her white orchids on every lonely holiday and pretend
that love is a place you can cross state lines to get back to,

but it’s that time of the year again, and
calendar sales keep reminding us all that we can never get back
to where we once wanted so bad to lose ourselves in
for good.

It Took Time (Shinji Moon)

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lozala:

oniongentleman:

breadprincess:

gold-star-4-trying:

In case you were feeling sad.

This is the third time I’ve reblogged this today and I DON’T EVEN CARE

I’ve been laughing like an idiot at this for 10 minutes now. 

it’s face like no whyyyyy

lozala:

oniongentleman:

breadprincess:

gold-star-4-trying:

In case you were feeling sad.

This is the third time I’ve reblogged this today and I DON’T EVEN CARE

I’ve been laughing like an idiot at this for 10 minutes now. 

it’s face like no whyyyyy

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instagram:

Bringing Taxidermy Back to Life with @chipito

To see more of Chipito’s surrealist taxidermy scenes, follow @chipito on Instagram.

"Bringing things that are not meant to be together into one image creates a new, disrupted story that hopefully inspires people," says Chipito (@chipito), the anonymous alter ego of two Belgian creative directors.

Chipito’s haunting, surreal photos bring together a love of photography, a desire to explore abandoned locations and a fascination with taxidermy that stretches back 25 years. “Our home is like a giant Wunderkammer,” Chipito explains. “It’s an inexhaustible source of inspiration.”

The jarring masked figures, says Chipito, are supposed to make the viewer feel a sense of unease. “We’ve always been passionate about controversy and curiosities, ” he says. “The ugliness is a reaction against the overdose of beauty in the media, and the masks against the voyeurism of social media and government surveillance.”


mistymay:

shrewdshrew:

if someone gave this to me i would die

And this is why I want to design cards.

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k-rouzahhh:

Word up

k-rouzahhh:

Word up

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sweetestesthome:

I love paintings where the paint is used as more than just color. The texture on this is delicious.

sweetestesthome:

I love paintings where the paint is used as more than just color. The texture on this is delicious.

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A change of perspective may be all it takes to transform a painful experience into an empowering growth experience.
Iyanla Vanzant (via mindofataurus)

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Manhattan, New York City. January 2014.
Looking like Gotham.

Manhattan, New York City. January 2014.

Looking like Gotham.

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wnderlst:

Landscapes of South Africa: Abel Erasmus Pass / Blyde River Canyon / Mariepskop | Mark Dumbleton

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