the ugly earring

ug‧ly [uhg-lee] offensive to the sense of beauty; displeasing in appearance

Month: August, 2009

feather band

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love: anna d. feather headbands


in the hills



(purses from here)

uncouth 1. a: strange or clumsy in shape or appearance: outlandish. b: awkward and uncultivated in appearance, manner, or behavior.

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clogs as a wardrobe staple and some over the knee action, too?

what to do with feathers

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friday’s inspiration: i know why no

in your high school journal


the poetry of youth + doc martins + black velvet  + the swans =  a beautiful kodak moment


“So silent,
Like the poetry.
So crystalline,
Like the perfect suffering of my mind.
I am unliving.”

–Somber Graveyards, Tortured

(from the goth quote generator)

(photo from perhaps my new favorite blog: here)

valerie ferus

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“I think it’s a lie – people claim they want to be free – everybody insists that freedom is what they want the most, the most sacred and precious thing a man can possess. But that’s bullshit! People are terrified to be set free – they hold on to their chains. They fight anyone who tries to break those chains. It’s their security…”

jim morrison

(photo by way of grace)

monsoon triggers


When a woman loves a man, she wants to stay awake.
She’s like a child crying
at nightfall because she didn’t want the day to end.

When a man loves a woman, he watches her sleep, thinking:
as midnight to the moon is sleep to the beloved.
A thousand fireflies wink at him.
The frogs sound like the string section
of the orchestra warming up.
The stars dangle down like earrings the shape of grapes.

(from when a woman loves a man)

what is it about this place?


random fact:

It is illegal to hunt camels in the State of Arizona.

in light of it all…

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“If a man wishes to rid himself of a feeling of unbearable oppression, he may have to take hashish.”

~ Friedrich Nietzsche