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aseaofquotes:

Richard Bach, Illusions
october-seance:

Lillian Gish in Way down east.
victoriousvocabulary:

ALAMANIA
[noun]
Informal: an intense obsession with wings or the desire to possess wings.
Etymology: from Latin āla, “wing” + Greek mania, “madness”.
[Christian Schloe]

"I ignored your aura but it grabbed me by the hand, like the moon pulled the tide, and the tide pulled the sand."

- Talib Kweli, Beautiful

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"Her sigh was tender and enchanting, like the wind outside a wood in the evening."

- Virginia Woolf, Mrs Dalloway

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oldpaintings:

Cinderella, 1920 by Elenore Plaisted Abbott (American, 1875—1935)

"I asked an old man: “Which is more important? To love or to be loved?” The old man replied: “Which is more important to a bird? The left wing or the right wing?"

- Unknown

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intothedarkwoods:

John William Waterhouse, Studies

eastmanhouse:

Water Lillies Alvin Langdon Coburn, British, b. United States 1882 - 1966
ca. 1907 photogravure print 13.1 x 9.1 cm.

can i kiss you spins in my head

feather-haired:

Midnight Sprites by Amanda Sharples