We were always kissing one another.
- Six word story #43

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In our own world, always

いただきます! / “Let’s eat!”
by BLACK RHOMBI (Gerald Leung)

The Butterfly, 1870, John Henry Dolph

Natalie Portman - Vanity Fair by Annie Leibovitz, May 1999
Because I could not stop for Death,
He kindly stopped for me;
The carriage held but just ourselves
And Immortality.
- "The Chariot" (excerpt), Emily Dickinson (via ancient-serpent)

(via lapetitemandarine)

dress. undress again. you have me like a drawing, erased, colored in, untitled by your tongue.
- Carol Ann Duffy, “Close” (via beryl-azure)

(via saisonlune)

Home of Harriet Maxwell and Andrew Corrie of Ochre in NYC
Memories are what warm you up from the inside. But they’re also what tear you apart.
- 村上春樹, Haruki Murakami, 海辺のカフカ Kafka on the Shore (via pipadily)

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Frédéric Chopin – Nocturne in F minor, Op. 55, No. 1 – Idil Biret

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Spring by Michael Faudet