“All too violently my heart still flows toward you — my heart, upon which my summer burns, short, hot, melancholy, overblissful; how my summer heart craves your coolness.”

—Friedrich Nietzsche, from Ecce Homo (via vickyveiled)

(Source: violentwavesofemotion, via poorehart)

zeezeescorner:

Tom Waits - Alice.

I cried so hard the first time I heard this song. Such great lyrics and his voice breaks my heart:

I disappear in your name…
And so a secret kiss
Brings madness with the bliss
And I will think of this
When I’m dead in my grave

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nvaquero:

Morphine - The Night

you’re the night, Lilah
a little girl lost in the woods
you’re a folktale
the unexplainable
you’re a bedtime story
the one that keeps the curtains closed
I hope you’re waiting for me
cause I can’t make it on my own
I can’t make it on my own

it’s too dark to see the landmarks
and I don’t want your good luck charms
I hope you’re waiting for me
across your carpet of stars
you’re the night, Lilah
you’re everything that we can’t see
Lilah
you’re the possibility

you’re the bedtime story
the one that keeps the curtains closed
and I hope you’re waiting for me
cause I can’t make it on my own
I can’t make it on my own

sweet-ass sax solo

unknown the unlit world of old
you’re the sounds I’ve never heard before
off the map where the wild things grow
another world outside my door
here I stand I’m all alone
driving down the pitch black road
Lilah you’re my only home
and I can’t make it on my own

you’re a bedtime story
the one that keeps the curtains closed
I hope you’re waiting for me
cause I can’t make it on my own
I can’t make it on my own

versusversace:

Gucci S/S 2003 advert campaign captured by Mario Testino is another evidence of how fashion and art interpenetrate one another. Particularly evident is Tom Ford’s decision to use Gustav Klimt’s “The Kiss” (1908-9) as an inspiration for this shoot. 

versusversace:

Gucci S/S 2003 advert campaign captured by Mario Testino is another evidence of how fashion and art interpenetrate one another. Particularly evident is Tom Ford’s decision to use Gustav Klimt’s “The Kiss” (1908-9) as an inspiration for this shoot. 

(via ladyofxxi)

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Cat Power

Naked if I Want To
The Covers Record

Cat Power = dreamy nights

(Source: ninharias)

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