I see myself forever and ever as the ridiculous man, the lonely soul, the wanderer, the restless frustrated artist, the man in love with love, always in search of the absolute, always seeking the unattainable.
Henry Miller (via Nevver)

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Top 10 Albums of 2012

#1.

Frank Ocean | channel ORANGE
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#2.

Jessie Ware | Devotion
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#3.

Kendrick Lamar | good kid, m.A.A.d city
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#4.

WZRD | WZRD
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#5.

Bruno Mars | Unorthodox Jukebox
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#6.

How to Dress Well | Total Loss
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#7.

Robert Raimon Roy | Le Tigre Blanc
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#8.

Chromatics | Kill for Love
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#9.

Dominic Lord | Fashion Show
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#10.

Fiona Apple | The Idler Wheel…
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White Wine, White Sheets, White Women: beauty has a special way of always killing me softly. Yesterday, today, and tomorrow.

(Source: tonightorforever)

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"When the artist finds himself he is lost."Max Ernst
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"When the artist finds himself he is lost."
Max Ernst
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Most Beautiful Woman
In The World
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Most Beautiful Woman
In The World

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“So many moments / We waste
Too many / Heartbeats away”

♡
Butterflies
Never dream
Of flying
Butterflies
Never dream
Of flying
i seen a dead bird
flying through an open sky.
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i seen a dead bird
flying through an open sky.

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“Most writers are perfectly normal in the head
and just carry on like wild men;
I behave normally but I’m sick inside.”
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“Most writers are perfectly normal in the head
and just carry on like wild men;
I behave normally but I’m sick inside.”

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Bronwen Parker-Rhodes
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Bronwen Parker-Rhodes
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love automatically rhymes with blood,
nature with liberty, sadness with distance,
humane with everlasting, prince with mud,
moon with a multitude of words, but sun
and song and wind and life and death with none.
Vladimir Nabokov