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samheughan:

H I C   S U N T   D R A C O N E S | (cover art by Val) ; over four hours of epic music to accompany you as you read or write that beloved fantasy novel… for each hero(ine) must embark on their own quest to new realms in order to discover who they truly are…  

“Long ago I yearned to be a hero without knowing, in truth, what a hero was. Now, perhaps, I understand it a little better. A grower of turnips or a shaper of clay, a Commot farmer or a king - every person is a hero if they strive more for others than for themselves alone.

Once you told me that the seeking counts more than the finding. So, too, must the striving count more than the gain…”

listen.

kateordie:

empyrean-princess:

hellray:

Mom French braided my mohawk. ♥

OMFG

Never let go of your mom.

oswalled:

That is their tragedy.

airagorncharda:

incompleteicarus:

Guys, if you speak Japanese or Korean, or even if you don’t, please send a message to sercgakisei because he’s a disabled non-binary Korean/Chinese/Japanese teen who has been bullied by weeaboos on this site for not speaking English very well. His father has taken over his account and will translate the English messages for him.

please do this

sailorp00n:

rosydrops:

Cleaning

Money

Health

Emergency

Food

Home

Job

Travel

Better You

I’ve been living on my own for almost 4 years now and I have like 50 tabs open.

Bless the person who put together this post, it ought to be made into a pamphlet for everyone in highschool/college.


haanigram:

HANNIBAL SLEEPY HOLLOW AU

We have murders in New York without the aid of ghouls and ghosts.

You’re a long way from New York Constable Graham

will graham as ichabod crane & hannibal lecter as the headless horseman.

gothicandamazing:

Model: Nefru Merit
Photo, Headdress: Aderhine

Welcome to Gothic and Amazing
 


“Your young hands didn’t rest,
And the scaffold you built was terrifying.
Everything you touched
Seemed transformed,
Whatever you wanted to destroy—collapsed,
A life or death sentence in every word.”

Anna Akhmatova, “Mayakovsky in 1913" (1940), Tr. Jenny Wade (via ardora)