Ktema Terpnon

Sep 14

“I discovered The Silent Woman, Janet Malcolm’s portrait of Sylvia Plath and Ted Hughes, last fall and read it in just one sitting, the book in one hand and a champagne flute of white wine in the other. I had recently broken all of my wine glasses. I did not break them all at the same time. Some I broke while cleaning, and I was upset that I had managed to destroy something while trying to make it clean, make it better. Other glasses were broken using more theatrical methods, smashing them against walls to prove points. I had also recently broken my bed frame, cracked a rib, and wrecked a series of valuable relationships. Broken things had become my metric. It was fall and this book fell on my head in the Strand. It was fall and everything was falling out of place. It was fall and I felt, constantly, as if I were in a state of vertigo. I could go on. I won’t.” — The Last Book I Loved: The Silent Woman by Michelle King. (via therumpus)

I found this book on a shelf of romance paperbacks in a Naples, Florida hotel. It was winter break of my sophomore year, everything was terrible, and I got an awful sunburn reading it on the beach for hours.

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Sep 07

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Sep 03

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Aug 28

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Aug 15

patternbase:

Gaston de Latenay, Nausikaa illustration, 1899


I had that Joanie Mitchell song stuck in my head for days, but this is definitely how I see clouds now: full of pink warrior goddesses.

patternbase:

Gaston de Latenay, Nausikaa illustration, 1899

I had that Joanie Mitchell song stuck in my head for days, but this is definitely how I see clouds now: full of pink warrior goddesses.

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Aug 08

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Jul 25

galasai:

Michael ten Pas
Untitled, 2011

galasai:

Michael ten Pas

Untitled, 2011

Jul 22

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Jul 18

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Jul 13

amnhnyc:

Knowledge about plants that can cure or harm has been prized, and feared for hundreds of years. In this enchanted book, you’ll find out which poisons are produced by which plants, and flip the pages to reveal history and folklore. 
Read the Enchanted Book now, and come see The Power of Poison before it closes August 10!

Gardening ideas for the compound

amnhnyc:

Knowledge about plants that can cure or harm has been prized, and feared for hundreds of years. In this enchanted book, you’ll find out which poisons are produced by which plants, and flip the pages to reveal history and folklore. 

Read the Enchanted Book now, and come see The Power of Poison before it closes August 10!

Gardening ideas for the compound