Photo 13 Feb 26 notes siesagten:

Mitsuko and Jun - Mystery Train - J. Jarmusch 1989

Wonderful siesagten!

siesagten:

Mitsuko and Jun - Mystery Train - J. Jarmusch 1989

Wonderful siesagten!

via sie sagten.
Photo 4 Feb 5 notes siesagten:

Valentina and Giovanni - La Notte - M. Antonioni 1961

siesagten:

Valentina and Giovanni - La Notte - M. Antonioni 1961

via sie sagten.
Photo 1 Feb 1 note "The elegance of it all, the ideological purity of the Circle, of real transparency, gave her peace, a warming feeling of logic and order." (Dave Eggers, The Circle)

"The elegance of it all, the ideological purity of the Circle, of real transparency, gave her peace, a warming feeling of logic and order." (Dave Eggers, The Circle)

Photo 14 Dec 2 notes "Dar nu mi-e chiar de pețitorii mândri Că ei, mânați de cugete viclene Fac silnicii […] Ci mi-e de voi ceilalți, de tot poporul, Că stați așa-mpietriți, nu faceți gură Și nu-nfrânați o dată pe nemernici, Măcar că sunteți mulți, iar ei o mână"
(Homer, Odiseea)
"Yet now the rivals are my smallest care: They for the mighty mischiefs they devise, Ere long shall pay—their forfeit lives the price. But against you, ye Greeks! ye coward train! Gods! how my soul is moved with just disdain! Dumb ye all stand, and not one tongue affords His injured prince the little aid of words” (Homer, The Odyssey)

"Dar nu mi-e chiar de pețitorii mândri Că ei, mânați de cugete viclene Fac silnicii […] Ci mi-e de voi ceilalți, de tot poporul, Că stați așa-mpietriți, nu faceți gură Și nu-nfrânați o dată pe nemernici, Măcar că sunteți mulți, iar ei o mână"

(Homer, Odiseea)

"Yet now the rivals are my smallest care: They for the mighty mischiefs they devise, Ere long shall pay—their forfeit lives the price. But against you, ye Greeks! ye coward train! Gods! how my soul is moved with just disdain! Dumb ye all stand, and not one tongue affords His injured prince the little aid of words” (Homer, The Odyssey)

Video 29 Oct 3,103 notes
Photo 29 Oct 6 notes "Das Denken ist fast nichts als ein großes Erstaunen" (Jean Amèry - Jenseits von Schuld und Sühne)
"To think means nearly nothing else but being astonished" (my transl., Jean Amèry - At the Mind’s Limit)

"Das Denken ist fast nichts als ein großes Erstaunen" (Jean Amèry - Jenseits von Schuld und Sühne)

"To think means nearly nothing else but being astonished" (my transl., Jean Amèry - At the Mind’s Limit)

Video 13 Aug 7,015 notes

dipthatpen:

Some of the more famous mortal-coil-shuffling-offings from Shakespeare. I made some of these a while ago, but a couple are new. 

Quote 13 Aug 65 notes
There is something demoralizing about watching two people get more and more crazy about each other, especially when you are the only extra person in the room. It’s like watching Paris from an express caboose heading in the opposite direction―every second the city gets smaller and smaller, only you feel it’s really you getting smaller and smaller and lonelier and lonelier, rushing away from all those lights and excitement at about a million miles an hour.
— Sylvia Plath (via schattenherz)
Photo 9 Aug 6 notes 'Tot ik inzag dat schrijven de enige manier is om naar de wereld terug te zwijgen.' (Erwin Mortier, Godenslaap)
'Till I realized that writing was the only way of responding to the silence of the world.' (Erwin Mortier, The Sleep of the Gods. my transl.)

'Tot ik inzag dat schrijven de enige manier is om naar de wereld terug te zwijgen.' (Erwin Mortier, Godenslaap)

'Till I realized that writing was the only way of responding to the silence of the world.' (Erwin Mortier, The Sleep of the Gods. my transl.)

Photo 8 Aug 11 notes mybucharest:

Chimney stacks for an invisible house.

mybucharest:

Chimney stacks for an invisible house.


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