1. "

    We will meet again
    in the lake
    you as water
    I as lotus blossom

    You will carry me
    I will drink you

    — Rose Ausländer, Love VI (translated by Vincent Homolka)

    (Source: fernsandmoss, via mohenjo-daro)


  2. "

    And I am merely a shadow hunched

    Above the arrowy, still strings,
    The maker of a thing yet to be made;

    The color like a thought that grows
    Out of a mood, the tragic robe

    Of the actor, half his gesture, half
    His speech, the dress of his meaning, silk

    Sodden with his melancholy words,
    The weather of his stage, himself.

    — Wallace Stevens, from section IX of “The Man with the Blue Guitar,” The Collected Poems of Wallace Stevens (Vintage, 1982)

    (Source: apoetreflects)

  3. sandylamu:


    (via tzoann)

  4. makulatur:

    Friedensreich Hundertwasser (born Friedrich Stowasser) with his mother Elsa Stowasser and their portraits in Vienna in the 1950s.

    (via thearspoetica)

  5. colin-vian:

      Milton Avery (1885-1965) Mother and Child

  6. lich-tung:


    Goddess Tara

    Nepal, 11th-12th century

  7. lich-tung:


    Chaturmukha lingam, north india

  8. Bob Dylan - Not Dark Yet

    (Source: youtube.com)

  9. BIOGRAPHY OF PAUL CEZANNE - Discovery/History/Art (documentary)

    (Source: youtube.com)