2cc48a:

excuse me hello? hi yes why is some text green and underlined? lke the words job and computer??

ikea-graveyard:

Anaideia’s Porch - Philadelphia I 

lovely, loveless lovers with naive chambered minds
they’re blushing kindly at each other
coarse hair, tangled with his fine
warm, wet soft salty upper lips
glossed with spit, tongues move in
invading wet pink cavities lined with pearls
that grind so smoothly and tear, how you will tear me in january

rubbed raw with defeat, you will bleed
on the sheets that your mother folded once so neatly
and what drips out, impurities
my heart comes out, my brain is gone
and you will leave

working after what you already worked so hard for
elongated periods of darkness of falling asleep and locking car doors
lovely loveless boy who’s already had his first meal
chasing around lovely loveless girl
who never had her very first mean to fill
she’s pushing scalloped pieces of card stock through the mail,
through the postage
but hearts never work when they are temporarily held hostage

i loved you once, do i, i still do
you love me now, should i continue

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I’m about to get out of my car and run to where I’m going

There are very few things I hate more than LA traffic.

This is my life. Random leaks bringing the smell and taste of iron always and forever.

I think it’s because of all the fights I got into when I was younger. I think I damaged something in my nose.


"It’s true to life."
"And art?"
"It isn’t art."
Caravaggio (Derek Jarman, 1986)

"It’s true to life."
"And art?"
"It isn’t art."
Caravaggio (Derek Jarman, 1986)

"It’s true to life."
"And art?"
"It isn’t art."
Caravaggio (Derek Jarman, 1986)

"It’s true to life."
"And art?"
"It isn’t art."
Caravaggio (Derek Jarman, 1986)

"It’s true to life."
"And art?"
"It isn’t art."
Caravaggio (Derek Jarman, 1986)

"It’s true to life."
"And art?"
"It isn’t art."
Caravaggio (Derek Jarman, 1986)

"It’s true to life."
"And art?"
"It isn’t art."
Caravaggio (Derek Jarman, 1986)

"It’s true to life."
"And art?"
"It isn’t art."
Caravaggio (Derek Jarman, 1986)

"It’s true to life."

"And art?"

"It isn’t art."

Caravaggio (Derek Jarman, 1986)

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olgachik:

Bravo, Claudio (b. 1936) .” El Trovador”

olgachik:

Bravo, Claudio (b. 1936) .” El Trovador”

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thefoxplosion:

I don’t even know what to say about this. It’s too good.

Family reunion

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