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shinji-moon:

ADVICE FROM DIONYSUS
Shinji Moon

Burn all your bridges
just so that you can build them again
with thicker ropes.

Hurt all the people you love
and then commit every felony to win them back.

Drown yourself in bleach until not even Heaven’s light
can compare to how bright…

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aseaofquotes:

Herman Melville, Moby Dick
Be clearly aware of the stars and infinity on high. Then life seems almost enchanted after all.

— Vincent van Gogh, in a Letter to Theo van Gogh (via camilla-macauley)

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Study of Drifting Clouds, detail; by Johan Christian Dahl.
I have sea foam in my veins, I understand the language of waves.

— Le Testament d’Orphée (via youcraftybastard)

(Source: splitterherzen)

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greuze:

Pierre Désiré Guillemet, Portrait of a Lady of the Court Playing the Tambourine (Detail), 19th Century

p-anacee:

“The mystery of human existence lies not in just staying alive, but in finding something to live for.”


― Fyodor Dostoyevsky, The Brothers Karamazov

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All things truly wicked start from innocence.

— Earnest Hemingway  (via annious-meowous)

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Part Three, Book I, Chapter 6, Les Misérables, Victor Hugo
The past beats inside me like a second heart.

John Banville, from The Sea (Vintage, 2006)

(Source: themassacre-of-lostsouls)

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María Cristina de Borbón, reina de España (detail), Vicente López Portaña, 1830
Half gods are worshipped in wine and flowers. Real gods require blood.

Zora Neale Hurston, Their Eyes Were Watching God (via ughmoriarty)

(Source: that-girl-with-kaleidoscope-eyes)

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ancientpeoples:

Gold hormos with medallion 
A hormos was a collar that could be worn on clothes. This hormos is made from gold and the medallion in the middle shows the god Dionysus. It is from the south of Italy, the Terentine culture. 
Greek, Early Hellenistic Period, 4th or 3rd century BC.
Source: Metropolitan Museum 
I crave your legs intertwined with mine, I crave nothing but you, in the most simplest of ways.

— Unknown (via fatalicized)

(Source: callmefranz36)

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