"Can we make love before you go?"Frank Ocean (via odd-squad)
m-i-s-o:

Miso : Home-Made Tattoos : twin flowers for Milly : Melbourne 2014.
"Owoc dojrzewa i spada. Człowiek czasami musi upaść, aby dojrzeć."Sławomir Kuligowski (via zakrwawiony-plaszczyk)
"Be sure, and fear death. I mean, that’s important to being human. Fear death and realise that even if you don’t smoke, and even if you jog, you are still going to die, and that should come as a great relief to all of you."Rick Roderick, The Self Under Siege  (via subversivv)

 
Modern Binary Oppositions
"It takes extraordinarily long until something is clear to me. This is true in various spheres. My relation to others, for example, always becomes clear to me only after a longtime. It is as if it took colossally long for the large patch of fog to recede the object itself to become visible. But during this time I am not even quite clearly aware of my unclarity. And all of a sudden I then see how the matter really is or was. And probably that’s why I am useless whenever reasonably quick decisions need to be made."Ludwig Wittgenstein, Diary (May 1, 1930)
i-love-aesthetics:

Love Aesthetics /
DIY : Copper, Leather indoor swing
super easy tutorial here 
"The presence of death annihilates all superstitions. We are the children of death and it is death that rescues us from the deceptions of life. In the midst of life he calls us and summons us to him. At an age when we have not yet learnt the language of men if at times we pause in our play it is that we may listen to the voice of death…"Sadegh Hedayat, The Blind Owl  (via poeticsofdeath, touba) (via creih)

by Faber Franco

impactings:

today my professor told me
every cell in our entire body
is destroyed and replaced
every seven years.

how comforting it is to know
one day i will have a body
you will have never touched.

heaveninawildflower:

 Le Chevrefeuille (Honeysuckle) 1774 by Nicolas François Regnault (1746 - circa 1810).
Source: La botanique mise à la porteé de tout le monde; ou, Collection des plantes d’usage dans la médecine, dans les alimens et dans les arts.  
NYPL Digital Collection
"I like her. She makes life interesting. She, herself, is interesting, I suppose. She talks right from the heart. I appreciate her frankness and I like the fact that she doesn’t force the natural flow of a conversation. There’s personality in her words. She thus gets to the core of things and that’s important because with her — I can talk knowing that the talk is real! Oh believe me, it’s amazingly real! And she also gives me the opportunity to listen as fully and completely as possible. And I can’t seem to get her out of my head […]"Virginia Woolf, from Selected Letters  (via pre-raphaelites)