Rilke

Perhaps all the dragons in our lives are princesses who are only waiting to see us act, just once, with beauty and courage. Perhaps everything that frightens us is, in its deepest essence, something helpless that wants our love.

estruturas

The clever part is knowing which words to leave // newspaper Blackout Poems poetry

Envers du Decor

I Have dream how many newspaper Have wORds lot of that number don t exist favorite photo favorite newspaper ))) Studió Parrucchieri Lory Via Cinzano 10 Torino Italy

Charlotte Brontë's handwritten manuscript of Jane Eyre

Charlotte Brontë’s handwritten manuscript of Jane Eyre my favorite book of all time

São as marés

Gaston Bachelard, The Poetics of Space, the world is large, but in us it is deep as the sea, space has always reduce me to silence

A proud mother greeting her son, returned home from fighting the Great War in Europe. “Like the little city of three hundred years ago,” the Times Magazine reported in 1953, when this picture was reprinted, “the present world capital represents an aspiration: it anticipates the future.” The spread, lavishly illustrated, traced New York’s history from a mercantile town of 800 to a bustling metropolis of 8 million at the time.

A proud mother greeting her son, returned home from fighting the Great War in Europe. “Like the little city of three hundred years ago,” the Times Magazine reported in 1953, when this picture was reprinted, “the present world capital represents an aspiration: it anticipates the future.” The spread, lavishly illustrated, traced New York’s history from a mercantile town of 800 to a bustling metropolis of 8 million at the time.

Charlotte Brontë's handwritten manuscript of Jane Eyre

Charlotte Bronte’s handwritten manuscript of Jane Eyre, open at Rochester’s proposal. Bronte's birthday is today (April

"I have just finished setting up the whole of Mr. Eliots [sic] poem with my own hands -- you see how my hand trembles."  -- Virginia Woolf wrote to a friend on this day in 1923. She was referring to the typesetting of the first English edition of The Waste Land by T. S. Eliot.

Titled Page of "The Wasteland" by T. Eliot printed by Virginia and Leonard Woolf on their hand press, Hogarth Press, in 1923

Impossibilidades...

"Some things are hard to write about." -- Sylvia Plath So true for all writers.

Sylvia Plath

"Let me live, love and say it well in good sentences." -Sylvia Plath Authors Series by Ryan Sheffield by RyanSheffield

loverofbeauty:  Charles Baudelaire:  Les fleurs du mal  (first edition)  Originally posted by 1hollygolightly1

Charles Baudelaire,s copy of the French 1 st edition of Les Fleurs du Mal turned to the poem Spleen

Estrelas fixas decidem uma vida.

Estrelas fixas decidem uma vida.

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