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Maryam - 25 - Dubai

Sometimes I see something so moving I know I’m not supposed to linger. See it and leave. If you stay too long you wear out the wordless shock. Love it and trust it and leave.

—Don DeLillo, Underworld (via valsez)

(Source: nineteencigarettes, via unecrepuscule)

blastedheath:

Louis Dürr (Swiss, 1896-1972), Der Silsersee im Engadin [Lake Sils in the Engadine]. Oil on canvas, 67 x 78 cm.

blastedheath:

Louis Dürr (Swiss, 1896-1972), Der Silsersee im Engadin [Lake Sils in the Engadine]. Oil on canvas, 67 x 78 cm.

(via telegraphs)

Please allow me to wipe the slate clean. Age has no reality except in the physical world. The essence of a human being is resistant to the passage of time. Our inner lives are eternal, which is to say that our spirits remain as youthful and vigorous as when we were in full bloom. Think of love as a state of grace, not the means to anything, but the alpha and omega. An end in itself.

—Gabriel Garcia Marquez, Love in the Time of Cholera (via autobibliography)

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She wouldn’t say what we both knew. “The reason you will not say it is, when you say it, even to yourself, you will know it is true: is that it? But you know it is true now. I can almost tell you the day when you knew it is true. Why won’t you say it, even to yourself?”

—William Faulkner, from As I Lay Dying (via c-ovet)

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Natasha Poly by Patrick Demarchelier in “Morning Beauty”, Vogue Paris February 2005

Natasha Poly by Patrick Demarchelier in “Morning Beauty”, Vogue Paris February 2005

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