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29th August 2014

Quote reblogged from your eyes` endless beauty with 729 notes

In a way, you are poetry material; You are full of cloudy subtleties I am willing to spend a lifetime figuring out.
— Franz, Kafka. Letters To Milena.  (via verticalred)

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29th August 2014

Photo reblogged from your eyes` endless beauty with 35 notes

localshop:

Johnny Depp Photographed by David Bailey, 1995

localshop:

Johnny Depp Photographed by David Bailey, 1995

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29th August 2014

Quote reblogged from МОЙ БЛОГ with 126 notes

In the decades before the Holocaust, national identity and Yiddish spelling were deeply intertwined. When I read Yiddish literature printed before World War II, I can often guess the writers’ political milieu through their spelling alone. In 19th-century Europe, religious writers spelled Yiddish words by imitating Hebrew, using vowel markings where none were necessary so their new writing would resemble ancient Hebrew texts. Meanwhile, Jews who wanted to assimilate into European life wrote in a Yiddish spelling that openly imitated German. This brand of spelling — it used Hebrew letters to represent even silent German characters in shared cognates — subtly announced, as leaders of the German Jewish Reform movement once proclaimed, that “Berlin is our Jerusalem.”

Spelling in the early Soviet Union was even more perverse. There, government control over Yiddish schools and presses led to the invention and enforcement of a literally anti-Semitic Yiddish orthography by spelling the language’s many Semitic-origin words phonetically instead of in Hebrew. (Imagine spelling “naïve” as “nigh-eve” in order to look less French.) It was an attempt to erase Jewish culture’s biblical roots, letter by letter.
— Dara Horn, “Jewish Identity, Spelled in Yiddish" (The New York Times)

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Source: The New York Times

29th August 2014

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miasthmatic:

Riccardo Tisci for Givenchy. Photographed by Pierpaolo Ferrari.

miasthmatic:

Riccardo Tisci for Givenchy. Photographed by Pierpaolo Ferrari.

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29th August 2014

Photoset reblogged from omoshirosou with 28 notes

Cinna Illustrations by Olivier Cinna

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29th August 2014

Photo reblogged from Flow is a Construct with 65,314 notes

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29th August 2014

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laurabfernandez:

Portal of my own heaven.

©2014laurabfernández

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29th August 2014

Post reblogged from Flow is a Construct with 66 notes

labelledamesansdice:

sprawled and arched,
on the fringes of an
unbecoming purity;

I displayed a body
unknown to me.

I yearned to please,
titillate and inspire.

I desired greatly to
be flesh poetry.

Tagged: poetry

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29th August 2014

Photo reblogged from Flow is a Construct with 4,492 notes

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29th August 2014

Photo reblogged from Cacia Zoo with 236 notes

caciazoo:

Cacia Zoo by Teknari

caciazoo:

Cacia Zoo by Teknari

Tagged: artphotographywomen

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29th August 2014

Post reblogged from Flow is a Construct with 399,108 notes

xgenepositive:

nosdrinker:

no dog should ever be homeless

no home should ever be dogless

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29th August 2014

Photo reblogged from Stand up. Keep fighting. with 8 notes

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29th August 2014

Post reblogged from Flow is a Construct with 10 notes

DMV

flowisaconstruct:

"You can smile but don’t show your teeth" may be the most government instruction ever.

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29th August 2014

Quote reblogged from omoshirosou with 146 notes

A little bad taste is like a nice splash of paprika. We all need a splash of bad taste—it’s hearty, it’s healthy, it’s physical. I think we could use more of it. No taste is what I’m against.
— Diana Vreeland (x)

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29th August 2014

Photo reblogged from Still Untitled with 113,875 notes

Tagged: artphotographyocean

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