1. "Won’t we be quite the pair? — you with your bad heart, me with my bad head."
    — Zelda Fitzgerald (via trappedinawebb)

    (via scottandzeldafitzgerald)


  2. There is hunger in my lungs. The intercostal tissue breathes in pieces, unsettled. It yearns with the rise and aches with the fall. There’s anger there. There’s anger there and the pressure builds. Dysfunction hides in plain sight.

    Beside such activity, my hands are cast-down. Despondent. The paralysis festers, creeps from my fingers and cuts through my veins. Nerves stand-by. Apathetic. Dead space flows down the brachial.  It shakes hands with paralysis and my fingers are gone. Gone. Then there is some reaction, finally a reaction. This heart beats in a fever. Blood fills the cavity of my chest, capillaries drown in the crowd of their passenger.   

    I’m still. There’s music, not death.

    We’re panicked. 


  3. Read some things by me here! Please :(

  4. Vanity Fair’s 2008 ‘Hitchcock Hollywood Portfolio’

    (Source: lmnpnch, via nonconformingconformist)

  5. unhistorical:

    Winslow Homer (February 24, 1836 - September 29, 1910)

    In dark, cold solitude of winter months… I thank the Lord for this opportunity for reflection.

  6. c0ssette:

    Fra Angelico,The Annunciation (details)

    (via cavetocanvas)

  7. movieposteroftheday:

    2014 UK re-release quad for FUNNY FACE (Stanley Donen, USA, 1957)

    Designer: Jen Davies [see also]

    Poster source: Park Circus


  8. "I love being slightly wrong about how things will work out. It’s painful but it’s also beautiful, and that’s what “one more thing” means to me: this false but romantic faith that there is something just out of reach that can transform everything. It’s never true—you get it and then there’s the next “one more thing.” But if you stop believing in that romantic myth, then a lot of the fun of life is gone, and the magic. And magic doesn’t exist—there’s no such thing as magic. The magic is believing in magic, you know?"
    — BJ Novak

  9. "But perhaps, after so much talk and fighting, unspoken words do create a silence in whose gentleness the survivors of good and bad can sleep easy."
    — Miljenko Jergovic, from “The Saxophonist” in Sarajevo Marlboro, translated by Stela Tomaševic (via the-final-sentence)
  10. strictlydarling:

    I really hate using the excuse of “no time” for not picking up my camera lately, but here I am. However, I did manage to find some time to look through photos from my trip to New York City from last summer and it brightened my mood, so I thought I’d share them.