CarolinaP

Messy, restless, always looking for something that maybe doesn't exist yet. Eternally lost in thoughts and with the mind and the heart anywhere else in the world, never here, always there, keeping on hoping for a turning point.

millionsmillions:

There are a lot of reasons to start writing poetry, but McSweeney’s gives you a list on when to put the pen down. “You were witty that one time while drinking wine at book club” is not an excuse.

millionsmillions:

There are a lot of reasons to start writing poetry, but McSweeney’s gives you a list on when to put the pen down. “You were witty that one time while drinking wine at book club” is not an excuse.

sweethomestyle:

Unusual DIY Christmas Tree Ideas

“Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world. It is through education, that the daughter of a peasant can become a doctor, that the son of a mineworker can become the head of the mine, that a child of farm workers can become the president of a great nation. It is what we make out of what we have, not what we are given, that separates one person from another.”

—   Nelson Mandela, former president of South Africa, 1993 Nobel Peace Prize laureate (via bookmania)
millionsmillions:

Recommended Viewing: Julian Peters illustrated T.S. Eliot’s “The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock" as a comic.

millionsmillions:

Recommended Viewing: Julian Peters illustrated T.S. Eliot’sThe Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock" as a comic.

“Repubblica Bologna è su Facebook e Twitter Sembrava disegnato da un pittore il cielo che domenica sera incombeva su Bologna e provincia: lampi, fulmini e nubi minacciose che hanno portato un intenso temporale. Visto con l’obiettivo della macchina fotografica, il panorama si è”

iamjapanese:

Ethel Gabain (French/English, 1883-1950) 
Le Billet-Doux de Pierrot   1917
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iamjapanese:

Ethel Gabain (French/English, 1883-1950) 

Le Billet-Doux de Pierrot   1917

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iamjapanese:

Ethel Gabain (French/English, 1883-1950) 
A la belle Etoile   1918
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iamjapanese:

Ethel Gabain (French/English, 1883-1950) 

A la belle Etoile   1918

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The moon reflecting over the sea in a summer night.

newyorker:

In this month’s fiction podcast, Tessa Hadley reads “City Lovers,” a story by the South African writer and 1991 Nobel Prize, winner Nadine Gordimer. Listen to the story, and click-through for more: http://nyr.kr/RLOUHe