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Tú que atormentas mis noches cuando no sé qué camino de mi vida tomar… te he pagado cien veces mi deuda. De las brasas del ensueño sólo me quedan las cenizas de la mentira, que tú misma, me habías obligado a oír. Y la blanca plenitud, no era como el viejo interludio y sí, una morena de finos tobillos que me clavó la pena de un pecho punzante en el que creí, y que no me dejó más que el remordimiento de haber visto nacer la luz sobre mi soledad. E iré a descansar, con la cabeza entre dos palabras, en el valle de los avasallados.Leólo.

Interminable<-> bucle, de cosas irreales...

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"Podrás ser la mujer mas hermosa que haya visto,pero en un país de ciegos quien querría estar contigo?"

lonequixote:

The Disintegration of the Persistence of Memory ~ Salvador Dali

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The Disintegration of the Persistence of Memory Salvador Dali

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mybluejellyfish:

Amanda Palmer & Neil Gaiman - Perfect Couple.

man.

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ancientart:

A quick look at: Mictlantecuhtli, the Aztec god of death and lord of the underworld.

Mictlantecuhtli was believed to live in Mictlan, the cold, damp and gloomy underworld of the Aztecs, or lower part of the cosmos, where the remains of humans were kept.

This Templo Mayor Museum figure of Mictlantecuhtli, which is perhaps one of the most famous representations of the god, was found in the House of Eagles. Here he wears a loincloth, and stands grinning. Some have suggested that this grin of Mictlantecuhtli, who once harassed Quetzalcoatl on his journey to the underworld, may suggest his desire to torment. His claw-like hands are posed, as though ready to attack someone.

The holes on his scalp would have once been filled with black, wavy hair -which the Aztecs associated with chaos. Parts of his flesh has been teared off, and his liver falls from his chest cavity. This organ was connected to Mictlan, and housed the Ihiyotl soul (see Aguilar-Moreno 2007, chapter 7). Recent residue analysis has found traces of human blood on the statue. 

Artefact courtesy of the Museum of the Templo Mayor, Mexico City. Photos taken by Travis: oosik.

Recommended reading: Handbook to Life in the Aztec World (Oxford University Press, 2007) by Manuel Aguilar-Moreno. This is a very good overview and introduction to the Aztec culture, and expands on many of the points I briefly mentioned here.

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"I hate people generally, but I like people individually."

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"Es cierto que la esperanza flaqueó hace tiempo, y se echó en la cama a dormir porque no hay razones. Pero, carajo, hay que sabotear la vida, incomodarla, hay que arremolinar la existencia. Hay que luchar por algo, maldita sea, así sea por el silencio. A lo lejos un puente curtido de moho, y débil, lo suficiente como para ser caminado. Allá debo estorbar con mis suelas, aunque me cueste el olvido, porque hay que caminar, siempre caminar, y si no se va hacia ninguna parte: mejor."

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"I know pretty much what I like and dislike; but please, don’t ask me who I am."

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Sylvia Plath, The Unabridged Journals of Sylvia Plath   (via thatkindofwoman)

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WELCOME TO TUMBLR.

So is it ‘Gif’ or ‘Jif’???

Gif

Jif

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Disney Character Oil Paintings - Created by Heather Theurer