gin & croquet


Details from Botticelli’s Birth of Venus, Part II (Part I)

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Sleeping Beauty (2011).


Sleeping Beauty (2011).

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I miss you and I want to see you again and I am sitting up every night at 3 am thinking of you with my heart in my throat. 

How can I be flying back to London tomorrow? Where did my three months go? 

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Elle Fanning for New York Magazine.

Elle Fanning for New York Magazine.

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“How many times have we hurt each other not knowing? Destiny
wears her clothes inside out. Each desire is a memory of the future.
The past is a fake cloud we’ve pasted to a paper sky. That is
why our dreams are the most real thing we possess. My logic
here is made of your smells, your thighs, your kiss, your words.
I collect stars but have no place to put them. You take my breath
away only to give back a purer one. The way you dance created
a new constellation […] Why is the shadow
I cast always yours?”


Richard Jackson, from “Ten Things I Know,” Resonance: Poems (The Ashland Poetry Press, 2010)

Each desire is a memory of the future.

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Stop watching movies about quirky depressed 20-somethings who mumble their way to self-fulfillment and/or their soulmate. 

Drink a Sidecar. Exfoliate. Fill in your eyebrows. 

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“Your mother did not raise you with a wolf in your chest so you could howl over losing a man.”


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