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Inside that darkness, I saw rain falling on the sea. Rain softly falling on a vast sea, with no one there to see it. The rain strikes the surface of the sea, yet even the fish don’t know it is raining.

—  Haruki Murakami - South of the Border, West of the Sun (via murakamistuff)

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wryer:

 

an unexpected encounter with the Dark Matter

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To consume you would be suicide.

They say you are what you eat

Who are they but fools to think more

always more.

Read about the boy who ate too many Flinstone vitamins.

Afraid

I’ve been hungry for too long.

But I’d rather starve than taste you on the back of my tongue.

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untrustyou:

Alain Delorme 

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Backstage at Helen Lawrence F/W 2014

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pwatem:

Everyone discusses my art and pretends to understand, as if it were necessary to understand, when it is simply necessary to love. Claude Monet
 

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20aliens:

jovannatosello

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rovrsi:

magdalena f. at kenzo f/w 2010-11, backsage

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catmota:

Oksana Veber

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i am trying to tell you

 

you can’t test the ocean
without warming it with your hand

that jupiter is a star that never happened

that reincarnation exists
and when i grow up and die
i want to be a mountain

i am trying to tell you that black holes
hum B flat
57 octaves down

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