Anne Carson, Red Doc>
(invisiblestories)

Anne Carson, Red Doc>

(invisiblestories)

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"The air and its light are described as ‘melted’, ‘glazed’, ‘unctuous’, ‘elastic’, ‘fermenting’, ‘contracted’, ‘distended’, ‘solidified’, ‘distilled’, ‘scattered’, ‘liquid’, ‘woven’, ‘brittle’, ‘powdery’, ‘crumbing’, ‘embalmed’, ‘congealed’, ‘gummy’, ‘flaked’, ‘squeezed’, ‘frayed’, ‘pressed’, ‘percolated’, ‘vitalised’ and even ‘burning.’"

Eve Kosofsky Sedgwick, The Weather in Proust (via gravellyrun)

(via invisiblestories)

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Snow Melt in the Odenwald. Text beneath title reads:

Goodbye, winter, parting hurts but your departure makes my heart cheer. Gladly I forget thee, may you always be far away. Goodbye, winter, parting hurts.

{Anselm Kiefer - The Seasons, 2010}
(Found via themetopolitanline)

Snow Melt in the Odenwald. Text beneath title reads:

Goodbye, winter, parting hurts but your departure makes my heart cheer. Gladly I forget thee, may you always be far away. Goodbye, winter, parting hurts.

{Anselm Kiefer - The Seasons, 2010}

(Found via themetopolitanline)

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(Via)

(Via)

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{A primer on the Santa Ana winds and June Gloom, 1938}

{A primer on the Santa Ana winds and June Gloom, 1938}

(via losangelespast)

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From How We Use Maps and Globes by Muriel Stanek, 1968

{Via land}

From How We Use Maps and Globes by Muriel Stanek, 1968

{Via land}

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{Anne Carson, Red Doc>}
(This shadow sliced through my pages in the park today.) 

{Anne Carson, Red Doc>}


(This shadow sliced through my pages in the park today.) 

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