"Big fire, on top of the hillA hopeless gesture, and last farewellTears from your mother, from the pits of her soulLook at your father, see his blood run coldLike the wind, you are freeJust a whisper - I hear you, so talk to me
I believe, eye to eyeSay brothers, sister, see your brothers in the skyNeighbour, neighbour, don’t be so coldWith so much glory from the story untold”I Believe

"Big fire, on top of the hill
A hopeless gesture, and last farewell
Tears from your mother, from the pits of her soul
Look at your father, see his blood run cold
Like the wind, you are free
Just a whisper - I hear you, so talk to me

I believe, eye to eye
Say brothers, sister, see your brothers in the sky
Neighbour, neighbour, don’t be so cold
With so much glory from the story untold”
I Believe



Dear you,

fuck
you.

Gertrude Stein, from a letter to Ernest Hemingway dated March 1922 (via violentwavesofemotion)


myartblogbitch:

EVERYONE WHO REBLOGS THIS POST BY AUGUST 20TH WILL GET A PIECE OF ART IN THERE INBOX BASED ON THEIR BLOG



You look ridiculous if you dance
You look ridiculous if you don’t dance
So you might as well
dance.
Gertrude Stein, Three Lives (via contextualposts)




karinabeat:

John forgot that he was married.

karinabeat:

John forgot that he was married.



thearbiter:

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“The simple fact is that when I lost my son, when Karac left us, I really changed. I mean, there’s nothing on the planet to equal that kind of grief…it still makes me shudder. No matter how good you are or how capable you are or how strong you are or how well-intentioned you are, you don’t get over anything like that." - Robert Plant





sgtpeppersolonely:

"And so I quit the Police DepartmentAnd got myself a steady job”
<3

sgtpeppersolonely:

"And so I quit the Police Department
And got myself a steady job”

<3





sirpeter64:

The Beatles performing on Ed Sullivan during their second trip to NYC.1965.

sirpeter64:

The Beatles performing on Ed Sullivan during their second trip to NYC.1965.







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