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Twin Peaks: Fire walk with me (1992)

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ismenes:

it comes tolling over the generations
it comes rolling the black night salt up from the ocean floor
and all your thrashed coasts groan

antigonick by anne carson

Arya Stark appreciation week  → day 3: favorite relationship

with Jon.

wearyvoices:

Liv Tyler by Matt Jones

frodesignco:

GAME OF THRONES CABARET POSTERS

We’re all very excited for the return of Game of Thrones so we decided to do a tribute inspired by some of the more popular items in Game of Thrones lore. Follow this link for more info including purchase information. 

"It’s dreadful when something weighs on your mind, not to have a soul to unburden yourself to. You know what I mean. I tell my piano the things I used to tell you." — Frédéric Chopin, Chopin’s Letters. or; Sad Romantics Vol. I

01. Consolation n° 3 en ré bémol majeur, S. 172: I. Lento placido, Franz Liszt
02L’Impromptu n° 3 en sol bémol majeur, Op. 90, Franz Schubert
03Les Saisons n° 10 en ré mineur: Octobre, Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky
04Mazurka n° 3 en ut dièse mineur, Op. 63, Frédéric Chopin
05Nocturne n° 8 en mi mineur, John Field
06Lieder ohne Worte n° 5 in h-moll, Op. 67, Felix Mendelssohn
07Prélude n° 4 en mi mineur, Op. 28, Frédéric Chopin
08Album Leaves, B. 109: I. Allegretto en fa dièse mineur, Antonín Dvořák
09. Romance en mi mineur, S169/R66a, Franz Liszt
10Allegretto en ut mineur, D. 915, Franz Schubert
11Chanson sans paroles n° 3 en si bémol majeur, Ivan Laskovsky
12Gypsy Songs, Op. 55, B. 104: IV. Songs My Mother Taught Me, Antonín Dvořák

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theheirsofdurin:

requested by number1tumblerer

the young wolf.

You believe that you will always feel that pain. And if it starts to slip away, you…you seek it out again, don’t you? You won’t let it kill you, but you won’t…kill yourself. 

"i looked into the eye of the island, and what i saw… was beautiful…"