"How slow life is, how violent hope is."

— Guillaume Apollinaire (via likeafieldmouse)

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"How slow life is, how violent hope is."

— Guillaume Apollinaire (via likeafieldmouse)

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snobette:

theartofeviscerator:

Surgical Steel

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mpdrolet:

Resident of Locket, c. 1937
Margaret Bourke-White

mpdrolet:

Resident of Locket, c. 1937

Margaret Bourke-White

"Most people are other people. Their thoughts are someone else’s opinions, their lives a mimicry, their passions a quotation."

— Oscar Wilde (via adynn)

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hardnipplesforever:

Hyssop In Your Perfume. by jonmmmayhem
Erica Jay goes it alone.
there are more pictures of Erica HERE

hardnipplesforever:

Hyssop In Your Perfume. by jonmmmayhem

Erica Jay goes it alone.

there are more pictures of Erica HERE

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damant83:

The Hollow Men
T. S. Eliot

Mistah Kurtz—he dead.

A penny for the Old Guy

I

We are the hollow men
We are the stuffed men
Leaning together
Headpiece filled with straw. Alas!
Our dried voices, when
We whisper together
Are quiet and meaningless
As wind in dry grass
Or rats’ feet over broken…

archaicwonder:

The only proof of the existence of a king! 
The proof is on this extremely rare  tetradrachm of Bastareos from Kingdom of Paeonia, c. 400 BC. Bastareos is known only from the three examples of this coin in existence today. Given that this coin was found with issues of two other Paeonian kings (Lykkeios and Patraos), it is assumed that Bastareos was a Paeonian king as well, or perhaps the king of a neighboring tribe, whose existence is otherwise unknown to history. This coin is of immense historical significance as there is no other proof that Bastareos ever existed.
On the coin is a large crested helmet in a border of dots. The reverse shows the inscription of BAΣTAPEOΣ over a bull butting to the right on the ground all within a border of dots.
The ancient Kingdom of Paeonia was located in Thrace (modern northern Greece, the Republic of Macedonia and a part of Bulgaria & Kosovo).

archaicwonder:

The only proof of the existence of a king!

The proof is on this extremely rare  tetradrachm of Bastareos from Kingdom of Paeonia, c. 400 BC. Bastareos is known only from the three examples of this coin in existence today. Given that this coin was found with issues of two other Paeonian kings (Lykkeios and Patraos), it is assumed that Bastareos was a Paeonian king as well, or perhaps the king of a neighboring tribe, whose existence is otherwise unknown to history. This coin is of immense historical significance as there is no other proof that Bastareos ever existed.

On the coin is a large crested helmet in a border of dots. The reverse shows the inscription of BAΣTAPEOΣ over a bull butting to the right on the ground all within a border of dots.

The ancient Kingdom of Paeonia was located in Thrace (modern northern Greece, the Republic of Macedonia and a part of Bulgaria & Kosovo).