anneyhall:

Elvis Presley and Sophia Loren, 1958.

Now here’s what poetry can do.

Imagine yourself a caterpillar.

There’s an awful shrug and, suddenly,

You’re beautiful for as long as you live.

- an excerpt from Stephen Dunn’s
“Poem For People That Are Understandably Too Busy To Read Poetry”


                        
                        
                        
                        
                        
                        
                        
                        
                        
                            
                        
                        
anneyhall:

Gang of Brooklyn, 1959.
Photo by Bruce Davidson

anneyhall:

Gang of Brooklyn, 1959.

Photo by Bruce Davidson

nevver:

Up all night
"Nobody sees us,
Stops us, betrays us"

Sylvia Plath, “Mushrooms,” The Colossus: And Other Poems (via lifeinpoetry)

"When you read these lines, think of me
and of what I have not written here."

Adrienne Rich, Leaflets: Poems 1965-1968 (via mitochondria)

(via lifeinpoetry)

"The conversation between your fingers and someone else’s skin. This is the most important discussion you can ever have."

— Iain S. Thomas (via thatkindofwoman)

(Source: larmoyante, via thatkindofwoman)

(Source: ephe, via thatkindofwoman)

José Gonzáles | Heartbeats

(Source: 0verlay, via thatkindofwoman)

kitty-en-classe:

Une femme mariée (Jean-Luc Godard, 1964) (via)

kitty-en-classe:

Une femme mariée (Jean-Luc Godard, 1964) (via)


by Jeff Liu

by Jeff Liu

(Source: sad-plath, via hotinthe123)

"Do those things that incline you toward the big questions, and avoid the things that would reduce you and make you trivial."
anneyhall:

The Village, 1947.
Photo by Saul Leiter

anneyhall:

The Village, 1947.

Photo by Saul Leiter

anneyhall:

Alexander Graham Bell and his wife Mabel in Nova Scotia,1898.
(via: natgeofound)

anneyhall:

Alexander Graham Bell and his wife Mabel in Nova Scotia,1898.

(via: natgeofound)