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The Life Inside Your Head We Give To You

Emma. The pygmy yamyam who speaks too much whilst saying absolutely nothing.
Apr 21 '14

(Source: quiet-isle)

Apr 16 '14

(Source: samyamzd30)

Apr 16 '14
Apr 16 '14

(Source: my-mind-hey-hey)

Apr 11 '14

it’s funny how you can live life on a spec of dust
suspended within an ocean
and be surprised to know
there are others like you
a slave to appropriation
standing on another facet
of the prism of time
and riding the waves
in another direction
following the same compass
putting the stitching running along
the seams of those heavy denim jeans
the past seemed to love so much
with their rawness, over time disbanded
for you, fair darling
it’s all baths of luke-warm water
and soft cotton lullabies
the warbling voices of myself and her, my namesake twin
trudging through the heather feilds of our childhood
wearing fairy wings and seeing fire
swimming in your pond, as we did then
and our noses stung as we spent so much time under the water
that never wore off when our voices were raised to shake
that bristling life
now our lungs dispell clean clatter
matter of fact tit for tat
anunciation precise and painfull
drawn through tennis racket walls
counting soaring numbers like they quantify anything
my very dusty phenomena
this little island i’ve made home for my ears
and the quiet between them
your quiet
moving through the frame
i almost recognised from my summers heading south
only more of the ghost’s howl about it
that bird in that grand old tale from the lands where
the sun shines slow and all our friends are the jury
to decide your fate, if you had lived
through the falling men from their glass towers,
thank god you didn’t
 

Apr 10 '14
natemakuch:

Rose

natemakuch:

Rose

Apr 10 '14
bornruph:

untitled by Paul Phung on Flickr.

bornruph:

untitled by Paul Phung on Flickr.

Apr 10 '14
pikeys:

Drawings by Andy Denzler

pikeys:

Drawings by Andy Denzler

(Source: efedra)

Apr 10 '14

breakfastineurope:

Gummo, 1997 - Harmony Korine 

Child with Toy Hand Grenade in Central Park, 1962 - Diane Arbus

Apr 10 '14

midnight-gallery:

Body Farm by Sally Mann from the book What Remains, (2003)

Photographs were taken at the University of Tennesee’s Forensic Anthropology Centre, a research facilty that studies the effects of decomposition of human remains.

Apr 10 '14

(Source: jayjaybe)

Apr 10 '14
wonderfulambiguity:

Ralph Eugene Meatyard, Untitled, 1960

wonderfulambiguity:

Ralph Eugene Meatyard, Untitled, 1960