Someday, somewhere - anywhere, unfailingly, you’ll find yourself, and that, and only that, can be the happiest or bitterest hour of your life.

Pablo Neruda (via sad-plath)

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"I’m not sure who I am, but I know who I’ve been"

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If someday the moon calls you by your name, don’t be surprised because every night I tell her about you.

Shahrazad al-Khalij  (via thelittlebookoffeels)

summervirgin:

Look  at them eyes…how could one say no.

darkskinnedblackbeauty:

Ralf Klamann Photography

darkskinnedblackbeauty:

Ralf Klamann Photography

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sarcasticsymphony:

"Your heart, felt good, it was drippin’ pitch and made of wood.
And your hands, and knees, felt cold and wet on the grass to me.”

I knew I matured when I realized every situation doesn’t need a reaction. Sometimes you just have to leave people to continue to do the lame shit that they do.

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malformalady:

This is the three-eyed calf being worshipped as a deity in India. The baby cow was born with the additional organ in the middle of his head, much like the Hindu god Shiva. Visitors have flocked the village of Kolathur in Tamil Nadu, southern India, to see the special calf. One of the key identifying features of Shiva is the third eye on his forehead, which can emit flames. When Shiva loses his temper, he opens his third eye to burn things to ashes.
Photo credit: Ruptly

malformalady:

This is the three-eyed calf being worshipped as a deity in India. The baby cow was born with the additional organ in the middle of his head, much like the Hindu god Shiva. Visitors have flocked the village of Kolathur in Tamil Nadu, southern India, to see the special calf. One of the key identifying features of Shiva is the third eye on his forehead, which can emit flames. When Shiva loses his temper, he opens his third eye to burn things to ashes.

Photo credit: Ruptly