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artemisdreaming·5 days agoPhoto


And just when the darkness
became too much to bear
and the struggle too hard,
the light broke through
and the caterpillar emerged
a butterfly
delicate but unbroken,
wild and gentle,
finally free to spread its lovely wings
and fly away on the wind.  


L.R. Knost   

Image: Jeannie Hutchins



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artemisdreaming·7 days agoPhoto


Where we go when he closes my eyes
and under what country;
some blue darkness, farther from hell;
a landscape of absense and root and stone.

There are no bodies here,
we dream shapeless dreams–
a constant, cloudless storm.

Mother, I’ll never wake up from him.
I have already traveled too far.
My mouth is the color of his mouth
and his arms are no longer his arms;
they’re mute as smoke, as my first white dress,
and the spear of his name, once ferocious,
dissolves on my tongue
like sugar, like birdsong, I whisper it:
Hades


Cecilia Woloch     

Image:  Anna Chipovskaya (Persephone) -  Photographer:  Nikolay Biryukov for Interview Russia, 2014



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artemisdreaming·7 days agoQuote

William Stafford - Stories That Could Be True



Remind me again—together we
trace our strange journey, find
each other, come on laughing.
Some time we’ll cross where life
ends. We’ll both look back
as far as forever, that first day.
I’ll touch you—a new world then.
Stars will move a different way.
We’ll both end. We’ll both begin.
Remind me again.
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artemisdreaming·9 days agoText

Pertransiit benefaciendo 


“Pertransiit benefaciendo is a Latin phrase which means "He went about doing good”. The first word may synonymously be spelled pertransivit. When spelled pertransit it means “He goes about” (present tense).

It is applied to one who has died, to show that they have done good in their life"(wikipedia)



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artemisdreaming·10 days agoPhoto

G.R.I.E.F.

Belhoula Amir


Grief is a multifaceted response to loss, of someone or something , to which a bond or affection was formed. Although conventionally focused on the emotional response to loss, it also has physical, cognitive, behavioral, social, and philosophical dimensions. While the terms are often used interchangeably, bereavement refers to the state of loss, and grief is the reaction to loss.



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artemisdreaming·11 days agoPhoto


My fear is that in the depth of night,

The flowers will fall asleep and depart. So I light the tall candles,

To illuminate their beauty



Su Shi (1037-1101)

Image: Ma Lin, Waiting for Guests by Lamplight, 1250 Song Dynasty


From Wiki:  “Waiting for Guests by Lamplight was painted in the Song Dynasty by Ma Lin, son of famous Chinese painter Ma Yuan. Using shi i (English: poetic ideas), Ma Lin painted the evening scene based upon a poem by Su Shi. In it, a man sits in the door of a pavilion during a full moon. A gentle mood is set by soft, low-lying fog before the mountains and crabapple trees. Leading up to the building is a line of candles specially placed near the blossoming crab apple trees - to “illuminate their beauty”.



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artemisdreaming·15 days agoPhoto

Josef Maria Auchentaller, 1865-1949 attrib.
Georg Adam Scheid Cigarette Case
Silver Enamel
H: 8.7 cm (3.43 in)  W: 7.1 cm (2.8 in)
Marks: Maker’s mark G.A.S & indistinct Viennese poincon & Russian marks.
Austrian, c.1900
Literature: cf. Josef Maria Auchentaller 1865-1949
Un Secessionista ai confini dell'Impero Ein Kunstler der Wiener Secession, Roberto Festi, 2008, Tade Gallery



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artemisdreaming·15 days agoPhoto


Josef Maria Auchentaller, 1865-1949
Georg Adam Scheid Cigarette Case
Silver Enamel
H: 8.8 cm (3.46 in)  W: 6.3 cm (2.48 in)
Marks: ‘G.A.S.’ '900’ & Vienna poincon
Austrian, c.1900
Fitted Case
This design has previously been attributed to Koloman Moser
Literature: Josef Maria Auchentaller 1865-1949
Un Secessionista ai confini dell'Impero Ein Kunstler der Wiener Secession, Roberto Festi, 2008, Tade Gallery



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artemisdreaming·16 days agoQuote

Marion Zimmer Bradley, The Forest House



Rome was mud and smoky skies; the rank smell of the Tiber and the exotically spiced cooking fires of a hundred different nationalities. Rome was white marble and gilding and heady perfumes; the blare of trumpets and the shrieking of market-women and the eternal, sub-aural hum of more people, speaking more languages than Gaius had ever imagined existed, crammed together on seven hills whose contours had long ago disappeared beneath this encrustation of humanity. Rome was the pulsing heart of the world.
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