I trust you see them, too.
"Live your Art. Don’t think about it." — Bill Viola (b.1951, American)
"How cruel, your veins are full of ice-water and mine are boiling." — Emily Brontë, Wuthering Heights (via thatkindofwoman)
[jol-ee-led]" — (idiom) Only the French would have such a way to describe beauty. A wonderful slang expression, it literally means “pretty and ugly” but describes the type of feminine beauty that is human, and not manufactured by plastic surgeons. It’s a kind of fascinating quirkiness implying charisma, a face you want to keep looking at, even if you can’t decide whether it is beautiful or not. (via magic-starlight)
"[She bites God in the wrist]" — stage direction from Artaud’s The Jet of Blood (via wolfangst)
"A thousand Dreams within me softly burn" — Arthur Rimbaud (via thatkindofwoman)
"I crave a love so deep,
the ocean would be jealous." — KSJ, Iron & Wind (via thatkindofwoman)