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Athena, holding your hair, whispering in your ear

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For me a few are enough, one is enough, none is enough. This is not for the many but for you; we are a sufficient audience for each other

In this wine-dark sea, among the waves, please find : musical rambling, occasional original content, and piles of sonnets

For advice (occult or otherwise) ask over here.
For my original writing, look here.
For personal inquiries, ask here.
 

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08/31/2014 21:30:00

cerberus-9:

memeguy-com:

They stole how many data

Billions of data

Data is plural (or it used to be anyway).  “Did hackers steal one datum? No hackers stole billions of data.”

cerberus-9:

memeguy-com:

They stole how many data

Billions of data

Data is plural (or it used to be anyway).  “Did hackers steal one datum? No hackers stole billions of data.”

(via ikipr)

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08/31/2014 20:50:18

pansatyriam:

A Priestess of Hymen by Sir Lawrence Alma-Tadema
 

pansatyriam:

A Priestess of Hymen by Sir Lawrence Alma-Tadema

 

(via meanwhilebackinthedungeon)

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08/31/2014 18:40:07

(Source: citizendev, via greatgrottu)

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08/31/2014 17:35:25

constella:

probably one of my favorite quotes

constella:

probably one of my favorite quotes

(via theroom2003)

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08/31/2014 16:30:09

(Source: catseyesonu, via ereshkegal)

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08/31/2014 15:25:27

trashymommarocks:

Δέδυκε μεν ἀ σελάννα
καὶ Πληΐαδεσ, μέσαι δὲ
νύκτεσ πάρα δ᾽ ἔρχετ᾽ ὤρα,
ἔγω δὲ μόνα κατεύδω. [transcription]

The moon has set, and the Pleiades; it is midnight, the time is going by and I recline alone.

The sinking moon has left the sky,
The Pleiades have also gone.
Midnight comes—and goes, the hours fly
And solitary still, I lie.

The Moon has left the sky,
Lost is the Pleiads’ light;
It is midnight,
And time slips by,
But on my couch alone I lie.

~~~ J. A. Symonds, 1883.

{This singularly beautiful fragment is quoted by Hephaestion as an example of metre. With the “Hymn to Aphrodite” it was the first portion of the Poems of Sappho to be printed in 1554.}

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08/31/2014 13:15:17

Tom Kidd, Octagon

Tom Kidd, Octagon

(Source: artsytoad, via monsterman)

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08/31/2014 12:10:17

(Source: ulan-bator, via todf)

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08/31/2014 11:05:28

antitacta:

By Thomas Häfner.

antitacta:

By Thomas Häfner.

(via amotherfuckingwerewolf)

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Sir William Russell Flint ~ Hiero Girds Himself for Fight ~ The Idyls of Theocritus ~ 1922 ~ via The Pictorial Arts
Hiero, like the mighty men of old, girds himself for fight, and the horse-hair crest is shadowing his helmet

Sir William Russell Flint ~ Hiero Girds Himself for Fight ~ The Idyls of Theocritus ~ 1922 ~ via The Pictorial Arts

Hiero, like the mighty men of old, girds himself for fight, and the horse-hair crest is shadowing his helmet

(Source: artofnarrative, via trashymommarocks)

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