Dr Halls Book of Medicine at Hall’s Croft by carinabrownphotography at flickr.

Dr Halls Book of Medicine at Hall’s Croft by carinabrownphotography at flickr.

The boy wide-eyed with wonder had long ceased to exist; a hazy ghost of him sometimes appeared in Corso’s memory, between the pages of a book, in a smell or a sound, or through a dark window with the rain from another country beating against it, outside in the night.

Source: Arturo Pérez-Reverte, The Club Dumas (via portionsofeternity)

Like a magpie, I am a scavenger of shiny things: fairy tales, dead languages, weird folk beliefs, fascinating religions, and more.

Source: Laini Taylor, Lips Touch: Three Times  (via mirroir)

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City of Pillars by Drachenmeiger
City of Pillars by Drachenmeiger

But a mermaid has no tears, and therefore she suffers so much more.

Source: The Little Mermaid, Hans Christian Anderson (via pinksugarrr)

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Mermaid and Sea-maid from Arthur Spiderwick’s Field Guide to the Fantastical World

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Did you hear them talking? Yes, yes you did. Did their opinion matter? Perhaps a little, perhaps not at all. Now, do you hear your own voice? Yes, yes; only to this shiny, fragile string of dreams you shall respond to.

Source:  Friedrich Nietzsche, The Late Notebooks (via mirroir)

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Daniel Ablitt, reverie

paperimages:

Daniel Ablitt, reverie

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Laurie Halse Anderson, Wintergirls

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Laurie Halse Anderson, Wintergirls

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Her mind was as the landscape outside when dark beneath clouds and straitly lashed by wind and hail.

Source: Virginia Woolf, from “The Voyage Out” (via mitochondria)