The quiet things that made and unmade me
tayswiftdotcom:

Arriving at LAX Airport (x)

tayswiftdotcom:

Arriving at LAX Airport (x)

A new commandment I give to you, that you love one another: just as I have loved you, you also are to love one another. By this all people will know that you are my disciples, if you have love for one another.

radivs:

Fairy Pools, Coire na Creiche, Cuillins by Marius Kastečkas
"For June, who loved this garden.From Joseph, who always sat beside her.”Some people do spend their whole lives together.Notting Hill (1999)

"For June, who loved this garden.
From Joseph, who always sat beside her.”
Some people do spend their whole lives together.

Notting Hill (1999)

irredescent:

toujoursperdus:

Tea For Two (A Tragedy) | December 2012
This has always been one of my favourite poems. 

is it ridiculous that this makes me tear up
idk what is wrong with me tonight but this just gets to me ugh

It takes more than solitary coffee breaks to keep yourself warm, I realise as I take a sip from my third cup. Since when have I become like this?

irredescent:

toujoursperdus:

Tea For Two (A Tragedy) | December 2012

This has always been one of my favourite poems. 

is it ridiculous that this makes me tear up

idk what is wrong with me tonight but this just gets to me ugh

It takes more than solitary coffee breaks to keep yourself warm, I realise as I take a sip from my third cup. Since when have I become like this?

harritudur:

dwnsy:

Queen of Heartsby Elmo Hood

In the standard English playing card deck, legend states the Queen of Hearts is a representation of Elizabeth of York, queen consort of Henry VII of England. Certainly the headdress the queen wears under her crown is of the Early Tudor era. It is said that before he died, Henry ensured that the form of a deck of playing cards was standardised and that Elizabeth appeared on them then as now, holding a Tudor Rose, as the ‘Queen of Hearts’. Indeed, the traditional portrait of the queen of hearts does show a woman remarkably similar to the c.1500 portrait of Elizabeth in her red dress clutching a white rose.

harritudur:

dwnsy:

Queen of Hearts
by Elmo Hood

In the standard English playing card deck, legend states the Queen of Hearts is a representation of Elizabeth of York, queen consort of Henry VII of England. Certainly the headdress the queen wears under her crown is of the Early Tudor era. It is said that before he died, Henry ensured that the form of a deck of playing cards was standardised and that Elizabeth appeared on them then as now, holding a Tudor Rose, as the ‘Queen of Hearts’. Indeed, the traditional portrait of the queen of hearts does show a woman remarkably similar to the c.1500 portrait of Elizabeth in her red dress clutching a white rose.

What I have loved so far, I have loved in order to be able to love you.
Paul Celan, from a letter to his wife Gisele, 1952  (via violentwavesofemotion)

flightlesslexxii:

Jeralean Talley is 115 years old 

the oldest living American

These are her hands when she was 113