the ugly earring

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

Category: gallery of randoms

the more she hides and abandons her femininity

woman

“For me, a woman who is absorbed in her work, who does not care about gaining one’s favour, strong yet subtle at the same time, is essentially more seductive. The more she hides and abandons her femininity, the more it emerges from the very heart of her existence.”

― Yohji Yamamoto

this image: unfortunately cannot find the source.

 

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attached sounds to objects

185921e6b9413f49f46f655b926ac0ebthe way once,
under love’s spell,

we attached meaning
to sound,

attached sounds to objects.

The old magic won’t work now,

but it’s nice
to be reminded of it.

image: found here
words: the thinning by Rae Armantrout

a version of the younger self

image

I am twenty,
drifting in la chalupa,
the blue boat painted with roses,
white lilies

image: tatum, dear,
where do you find these?
poem: la clalupa, the boat – jean valentine

of lilies

Image

Today 9th June of the year 1939

dollop of syrup
frizzing her hair
like feathers
in the middle of the fried egg
smelling of her song
of lilies

poem and painting: mother and child on the beach – picasso

whoever will wear

  • American Journalist: If you were to give advice to a woman, what would it be?
  • Edith Piaf: Love
  • American Journalist: To a young girl?
  • Edith Piaf: Love
  • American Journalist: To a child?
  • Edith Piaf: Love.
  • American Journalist: Who are you knitting for?
  • Edith Piaf: Whoever will wear my sweater.

love, love this image! (edith piaf, 1949)
interview via here
and a song: chante moi

two kinds of women

image: here

the ugly beautiful

image via here

every whale mother needs

a barnacle ring.

after the supermoon

“…a few nights each year, after the full moon, hundreds of species of reef-building corals spawn synchronously, releasing their eggs and sperm into the water in one of the biggest moonlight sex events on Earth. Research published in 2007 in the journal Science reveals that in at least in one type of coral called Acropora millepora a light-sensitive gene may be key. This gene seems to be most active during full-moon nights.”

from article: supermoon lunacy
photo via: weird friends

 

right up this alley

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buns, gray cardigans, and a dose of nerdiness.