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bl-ossomed:

fantasticarepickles:


this makes my heart ache

Silverstein always has been, and always will be my favorite poet because he doesn’t even need words in his poem to make people open their eyes.

So sad

bl-ossomed:

fantasticarepickles:

this makes my heart ache

Silverstein always has been, and always will be my favorite poet because he doesn’t even need words in his poem to make people open their eyes.

So sad

"Sometimes this really seems to shock people. They appear genuinely upset when I say ‘this conversation is over’ or ‘I’m actually not interested in debating this with you.’ There’s an expectation that if you care about social justice and political issues, you’re always ‘on.’ You’re always ready to debate, you’re always ready to have theoretical discussions about your own lived experiences and the issues you care about, you’re always ready to defend yourself. That’s manifestly ridiculous and unjust, an expectation that’s simply not reasonable."
Sometimes, I Just Don’t Have Time for Individual Fights | this ain’t livin’ (via geometricity)

micdotcom:

Potent minimalist art sends a strong message about police and vigilante brutality in America

Journalist and artist Shirin Barghi has created a gripping, thought-provoking series of graphics that not only examines racial prejudice in today’s America, but also captures the sense of humanity that often gets lost in news coverage. Titled “Last Words,” the graphics illustrate the last recorded words by Brown and other young black people — Trayvon Martin, Oscar Grant and others — who have been killed by police in recent years.

Let us not forget their voices

tatehorror:

A moment of silence for all the funny text posts that nobody’s seen because the person that posted them wasn’t tumblr famous

hologramtrips:

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hologramtrips:

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cute-overload:

Just a Couple of Cubs Climbing a Treehttp://cute-overload.tumblr.com

cute-overload:

Just a Couple of Cubs Climbing a Tree
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skirtingtheblackhole:

Auteur Motifs — The Singing Woman (David Lynch)

Of David Lynch’s ten feature films, five of them prominently feature a woman singing on stage. While in some cases this character is more integral to the story than others, the singing itself never fails to affect each protagonist, if only briefly.

As a surrealist, David Lynch draws much of his inspiration from his unconscious—through dreams, transcendental meditation, and otherwise. The recurrence of this character throughout his work highly suggests that this image is one paired very closely with the essence of Lynch’s own mind.

[Chronologically, the films shown above: EraserheadBlue VelvetWild at HeartTwin Peaks: Fire Walk with Me, and Mulholland Drive]

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ourspacebetween:

biomorphosis:

When you flip bats upside down they become exceptionally sassy dancers.

lol…sassy…