letters by yours truly
15:29"I drink to the ruined house,
To the evil of my life,
To our shared loneliness
And I drink to you-
To the lie of lips that betrayed me,
To the deadly coldness of the eyes,
To the fact that the world is cruel and depraved,
To the fact that God did not save." — Anna Akhmatova, The Last Toast.  June 27, 1934 (via midnightineurope) alt1 alt2 alt3 alt4full
15:16 amare-habeo: Charles Lapique (French, 1898 - 1988), Valley in Britain (Vallon en Bretagne), 1957

amare-habeoCharles Lapique (French, 1898 - 1988), Valley in Britain (Vallon en Bretagne), 1957

14:24 secretcinema1: Picnic With Seagulls, c1950s, Leonard Freed

secretcinema1Picnic With Seagulls, c1950s, Leonard Freed

13:48

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13:36 amare-habeo: Kandinsky  with spade digging in the garden in Murnau (Germany), 1910/11, photographed by Gabriele Münter

amare-habeoKandinsky  with spade digging in the garden in Murnau (Germany), 1910/11, photographed by Gabriele Münter

12:48 whenyouwereapostcard: Vasilij Vasil’evič Kandinskij, Winter Landscape, 1909

whenyouwereapostcard: Vasilij Vasil’evič Kandinskij, Winter Landscape, 1909

12:41"From the fair pine-trees hot
resin drips, and in this
splendid night there are
saw-teeth going over my heart." — Marina Tsvetaeva, from “Insomnia”, trans Freinstein (via yesyes)
12:40 fyeahwomenartists: Lena C. Emery, ”Urban Nature” photograph series

fyeahwomenartists: Lena C. Emery, ”Urban Nature” photograph series

00:13

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00:08"Do you look out to-night? The moon rides like a girl through a topaz town." — Emily Dickinson, from a letter to Samuel Bowles, January 1862 (via litverve)