Roelof Paul Citroen | Au théâtre, 1929
Soldier of the Revolution (1876), George Willoughby Maynard
[NO BLOOD WASTED // FLOURISH WHERE YOU FALL]
Anonymous asked you:
November 5th 2013, 7:49:00 am · 5 months ago
I’m terrified that I’ll never break out of my perpetual cycle of procrastination and loss of interest, and as such never do something big enough with my art to make up for the debt I owe the world. The prosperity that’s given me the ability to become the person I am now and do the things that I love is rooted in my grandfather’s work buying combat aircraft for the Army during the war in Vietnam. I’m surrounded by people whose ancestors my family helped to murder and I don’t know what to do.
scatter to the mouths
of hungry bird-children,
borne by wings in
all direction. the
flock your psychopomp.
the very sky your
altar. don’t concede
the dull earth your carrion;
consign all your parts to heaven.
spurn gravity, the world’s
courtship. diffuse; go;
inter yourself among the clouds;
be devoured everywhere
ok i just realized it is 3am and i should go to bed. sweatshop tomorrow! i’m shutting off my 30sec cam now. thanks guys!
secret government agent: tell me right now, do aliens smoke weed
mulder: [tied to a chair in a dark room] i wont ever tell you this
secret government agent: *punches mulder in the face* what kind of weed do aliens smoke
mulder: *spits blood on the agent*
secret government agent: where can i buy this dank ass space weed
mulder: fuck you
that about sums it up
MAJOR ELIZA “LOL-ITA” GAUGER WAS KILLED IN ACTION DURING OPERATION SOARING GRAVE. HIS LAST ACT WAS TO DESTROY A MECH-SUITED ALIEN THREATENING THE LIFE OF MORGAN “UMBRA”, THUS ENSURING HER SURVIVAL. HE WILL BE AVENGED
I WILL AVENGE U MAJOR GAUGER
you did!!! the very next turn!!
eliza gauger will be remembered for his confusing name and love of twinks and getting shot. he went on only one mission that did not result in him being sent to the hospital, whereupon he was… immediately sent to the hospital for gene mods. rip
Anjelica Huston for Halston 1972 resort collection _ Photo by Pierre Schermann, NYC.
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