It is his eyes above all that are terrible. They are like black holes burned by...– Princess Salome on the prophet Jokanaan, Salome, Oscar Wilde (via vyvyan-holland)
dailyhiccups: gawby: Every time I see Beru perform, it’s more than just watching a performance. It’s like an other worldly, fully spiritual experience. I get locked into this trance when I listen to her and I feel like my soul just wants to leave my body. She put on an incredible performance tonight. It’s always a pleasure seeing her. Did you see the tears in my eyes when I looked at you?...
How many times have people used a pen or paintbrush because they couldn’t pull...– Virginia Woolf, from Selected Essays (via crypticskies)
gawby: lol killing all of the burger kids.
We are sun and moon, dear friend; we are sea and land. It is not our purpose to...– Hermann Hesse (via likeafieldmouse)
Various Artists - Digital Office One (REVIEWED) →
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Having never discovered qualities in myself that might attract someone else, I...– Fernando Pessoa (via noweveryonehatesme)
people can also debate for as long as they want...
Spent the whole day in the studio mixing and you know what i’m gonna do now? Spend the rest of the night working on my DJ set.
I am the weakest, the most innocent, the most trustful. You are all protected. I...– Virginia Woolf, from The Waves (via violentwavesofemotion)
To be flung into the sea, to be washed hither and thither, and driven about the...– Virginia Woolf, The Voyage Out (via light-essence)
I don’t suggest anybody interact with me today.
I have been so busy managing everyone else’s heart, I do not know my own.– Emma, Jane Austen (via lonedreamers)
I watched her sit down. I liked the way she lit a cigarette. We didn’t dare look...– Jean-Luc Godard, from Le Petit Soldat (1963)
≈eccojams my anger away≈
blueingreene replied to your post: blueingreene replied to your post: ayo man I dont… I dug the live drums a bit simply because I was never about that house life at all, but real talk, it was either that same disco-y beat or them trying to be like all breakbeat or whatever. Feel u. I guess i’ll just keep listening to this.