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“If I don’t write to empty my mind, I go mad.”

Lord Byron (via introspectivepoet)

(Source: goodreads.com, via introspectivepoet)

Relecturas de verano …

Relecturas de verano …

“The writer is more concerned to know than to judge.”

– Quote from the Somerset Maugham novel ‘The Moon and Sixpence’

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“You might be poor, your shoes might be broken, but your mind is a palace.”

Hoppy O’Halloran, Angela’s Ashes  (via psych-facts)

(via lifeofbookworm)

Finding my old paintings …

Finding my old paintings …

… todo llega?

… todo llega?

(Source: 17sailors, via smoke-stungeyes)

Suele suceder que la vida casi siempre nos agota antes de tiempo. No por efecto de lo que vive y muere de forma natural en ella, sino por los insistentes afectos -más o menos indóciles- que viven y mueren en y con nosotros cada día.

… “fortunately”, tomorrow I’ll drive to the mountains.

… “fortunately”, tomorrow I’ll drive to the mountains.

(Source: deeppurr, via salamandrias)

yellowadina:

terrysdiary:

MOST OF THE STUFF PEOPLE WORRY ABOUT NEVER HAPPENS

truth.

yellowadina:

terrysdiary:

MOST OF THE STUFF PEOPLE WORRY ABOUT NEVER HAPPENS

truth.

“Is it splendid, or stupid, to take life seriously?”

– Gustave Flaubert (via tresbongout)

(Source: whyallcaps.us, via tresbongout)

metaphorformetaphor:

People who know love best are the most perplexed, […]

—Mahmoud Darwish, from “Jameel Bouthaina, and I” (tr. by Fady Joudah), in The Butterfly’s Burden. Copper Canyon Press, 2006

The White Beach - Felix Vallotton - 1913
Cass McCombs / Big wheel and others

Cass McCombs / Big wheel and others

Listening “Sleep Walk" from Santo & Johnny and waiting for an “extraterrestrial” stroke of good fortune … I supose.

Martine Franck, 1976.

Martine Franck, 1976.

(Source: reposdelanuit, via salamandrias)