O mundo nas entrelinhas.

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Uma pequena parte do meu imaginário particular aberta ao público. D.C., 19 anos.

Yves Saint Laurent (2014)

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Vladimir Nabokov, Invitation to a Beheading


Vladimir Nabokov, Invitation to a Beheading

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"Quelquefois les vieillards me regardaient avec envie, ils me disaient que j’étais heureux d’être jeune, que c’était là le bel âge, leurs yeux caves admiraient mon front blanc, ils se rappelaient leurs amours et me les contaient ; mais je me suis souvent demandé si, dans leur temps, la vie était plus belle, et comme je ne voyais rien en moi que l’on pût envier, j’étais jaloux de leurs regrets, parce qu’ils cachaient des bonheurs que je n’avais pas eus."
Gustave Flaubert , Novembre (via feuille-d-automne)

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"Attracted to each other, a man and a woman connect through lust. The communication joining them depends on the nakedness of their laceration. Their love signifies that neither can see the being of the other but only a wound and a need to be ruined. No greater desire exists than a wounded person’s need for another wound."
Georges Bataille, Guilty (via pale-sang-bleu)
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"We have in fact only two certainties in this world—that we are not everything and that we will die. To be conscious of not being everything, as one is of being mortal, is nothing. But if we are without a narcotic, an unbreathable void reveals itself. I wanted to be everything, so that falling…

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#georges bataille 


I’m so in love with these giant moths!  I’d love to just perch one on my bed among the pillows, or hang a couple on a wall.  Made by Yumi Okita, you can purchase them on Etsy.

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"And men said that the blood of the stars flowed in her veins."
C. S. Lewis  (via lastisle)

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"Since a three-dimensional object casts a two-dimensional shadow, we should be able to imagine the unknown four-dimensional object whose shadow we are."
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