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Take Me To Church
Hozier

wild-passion:

"Take me to church, I’ll worship like a dog at the shrine of your lies, I’ll tell you my sins and you can sharpen your knife. Offer me that deathless death, Good God, let me give you my life."

Turkish knife blade, 11th-13th century

Turkish knife blade, 11th-13th century

Death on a Pale Horse [1825-1830] by William Turner

Death on a Pale Horse [1825-1830] by William Turner

delightfullyvague:

season 1 scully(source)

(Source: carlithiel)

burdge:

victims of the 90’s

burdge:

victims of the 90’s

oeste:

do you ever cook something in the microwave but it’s still really cold in the middle and you just keep eating it instead of heating it longer because life is pointless and entropy is unavoidable and the universe is filled with callous and casual destruction

Lanvin, 1939

Lanvin, 1939

I put those things there.-See them burn.
The emerald the azure and the gold
Hiss and crack, the blues & greens of the world
As if I were tired. Someone interferes
Everywhere with me. The clouds, the clouds are torn
In ways I do not understand or love.

Licking my long lips, I looked upon God
And he flamed and he was friendlier
Than you were, and he was small. Showing me
Serpents and thin flowers; these were cold.
Dominion waved & glittered like the flare
From ice under a small sun. I wonder.

Afterward the violent and formal dancers
Came out, shaking their pithless heads.
I would instruct them but I cannot now,-
Because of the elements. They rise and move,
I nod a dance and they dance in the rain
In my red coat. I am the king of the dead.

- The Song of the Demented Priest by John Berryman

kkanadian:

friends may come and go but hockey only leaves you for four months so that’s not so bad 

(Source: kkanadian)

The travertines in Pamukkale, Turkey

The travertines in Pamukkale, Turkey

Still Life with Grapefruits [1954] by Audrey Flack

Still Life with Grapefruits [1954] by Audrey Flack

Callot Soeurs, 1910-4

Callot Soeurs, 1910-4

If life were to suddenly get fair, I doubt it would happen in high school.

(Source: leepacey)