They simply never understand, do they, that sometimes solitude is one of the most beautiful things on earth?

Source: Charles Bukowski (via allinye)

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chicaner:

and i welcomed my old friend

chicaner:

and i welcomed my old friend

She travels places in her mind.

Source: Six Word Story (by Aayushi)

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unhistorical:

Detail of the celestial globe from The Ambassadors (1533), Hans Holbein the Younger


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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owls-love-tea:

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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