"When he offers his lips, go for his throat."

Clementine von Radics (via rejecthuman)

From Home, available here through Where Are You Press

(via clementinevonradics)

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arquerio:

Jesmond Dene by MattyLawson on Flickr.
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miahollow:

Arcana # 12 by Mia Hollow 
"Information and knowledge: two currencies that have never gone out of style."

— Neil Gaiman, “American Gods”

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"It is what you read when you don’t have to that determines what you will be when you can’t help it."

— Oscar Wilde (via observando)

makepieswakethedead:

Here is what they don’t tell you:

Icarus laughed as he fell.
Threw his head back and
yelled into the winds,
arms spread wide,
teeth bared to the world.

(There is a bitter triumph
in crashing when you should be
soaring.)

The wax scorched his skin,
ran blazing trails down his back,
his thighs, his ankles, his feet.
Feathers floated like prayers
past his fingers,
close enough to snatch back.
Death breathed burning kisses
against his shoulders,
where the wings joined the harness.
The sun painted everything
in shades of gold.

(There is a certain beauty
in setting the world on fire
and watching from the centre
of the flames.)

"It’s not natural, the countryside. Far too many trees."

— The Dean, “Lords and Ladies”

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