1. hierophilic:

    outlawpoet:

    aconnormanning:

    "So many of us choose our path out of fear disguised as practicality"

    Actual idol

    when carrey is serious, it’s often devastating. i really wish he did more sincere stuff. 

    holy fucking shit tho.

    (Source: embraceyourboing, via thebattleofbloominglilies)

     
  2. Tove Jansson drawing Moomintroll

    (Source: seinaet, via waiwaipanglikesthis)

     
  3. ghostsofthewoods:

    The Mickey Mouse Club

     
  4. journolist:

    When #IfTheyGunnedMeDown Happens in Print: 

    Section from the Rolling Stone profile of Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, one of two brothers who committed the Boston Marathon bombings vs section from the New York Times profile of Michael 

    (via burningbrooklynbridges)

     
  5. Jeannine Hall Gailey, “Introduction to the Body in Fairy Tales”

    (Source: eros-turannos, via wordsforstrangers)

     
  6. feralkid:

    Joao Ruas - Valkyrie ( Etching, 2013)

    (via creepytwin)

     
  7. KANDINSKY. SEVERAL CIRCLES.

    science fails
    yet again

    to explain the big bang
    in terms of its rich and
    calming blues

    i read fire, yes. and brimstone

    but underneath it
    a tea ceremony

    unfolding in
    1000 yrs of
    holy silence

    between two top hats
    and a deeply rounded
    bowl of milk

     
  8. PLANET EARTH APPEARS ON CRAIGSLIST by Bob Schofield

     
  9. (Source: 4cp, via dialoghost)

     
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  11. "I once knew a pathological liar that claimed he owned his own island. I asked to see photos of it, but he said he’d never been there. I chose to believe the lie because the lie was beautiful."
    — From my new essay, Your Voice, Saving Mein Sundog Lit today as part of “Nothing Works Until It Does,” a series of works inspired by Dolan Morgan’s forthcoming book, That’s When the Knives Come Down. (via chelseahodson)
     
  12. chicken-buddha:

    you ignorant fool

    (via sexgirlpatrol)

     
  13. magictransistor:

    Edward Sheriff Curtis (Shadow Catcher), Kwakwaka’wakw dancers, British Columbia, Canada, ca. 1914.

    (via theoellsworth)

     

  14. meredithelisabeth said: Hello I was wondering if you would be so kind as to explain to me the meaning of your Poem peter, the wolf, and their boat? I think it's beautiful I just want to understand the poem more. Thanks!❤️

    Hey, not sure if there’s necessarily a definitive ‘meaning.’ I kind of just figured it out as I went along. But I’ll do my best to explain my thought process, since I hate when writers dodge questions by pretending their ‘process’ is some like sacred and mysterious thing. It’s like, you’re just slapping words together, Geppetto. Get over it.

    Anyway I’ve been reading Ursula K. Le Guinn’s A Wizard of Earth Sea recently, in which the main conflict is basically the hero’s shadow spends years and years trying to hunt and kill him. I thought it was really powerful, and wanted to do something that had a similar sort of fatalistic magical tone. I figured I’d use a wolf bc they’re cool and spooky and archetypal. From ‘wolf’ I jumped to Peter, but also Little Red Riding Hood. Then I figured I could combine the two and do a thing where the hostility turns sexual by the end. Like maybe the narrator secretly liked it. That felt like the right move. Get real weird and then just end it with a big creepy ‘wtf?’ Then vanish in a puff of smoke.

    Thanks for the q. Hope this helped.

     
  15. boyirl:

    Airplane Banner Truisms; Oct.26 - Nov. 7 2004
    For New York City © 2004 Jenny Holzer

    (via felakutie)