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preraphaelist:

three studies of fanny eaton, a Black jamaican-born pre-raphaelite muse, by walter fryer stalks (first image) and frederick sandys (images two and three). she sat for numerous artists of the movement, including dg rossetti and simeon solomon, and is perhaps best known for being the sitter for sandys’ morgan le fay.

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remembered today how when i was in lancashire i had a long conversation about hungarian migration to the north with an old man: i was standing outside of the pub with friends while they smoked, very drunk, but i had a conversation about the hungarian student revolution and the refugees with a perfect stranger. he was fascinated when i told him my grandmother and her brothers escaped in 1956. this old man there looked as if he’d just wandered out of the hills, as if he were entirely wrought out of granite, his face fissured with old age and a scurf of white hair over his plaid vest: the very picture of the sort of old man you’d expect to find in lancashire or yorkshire, with a walking stick and all, nursing a hefty guinness. he might have been anywhere for forty to eighty years old, and i believe he was a sheep farmer or something of that ilk. i think about this a lot.

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filmaticbby:

“I have not broken your heart - you have broken it; and in breaking it, you have broken mine.”

Wuthering Heights (2011) dir. Andrea Arnold

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“Carrying an elder wood amulet was used to prevent rheumatism and silently sticking a piece of elder wood in the ground was done to get rid off fever, by way of transference. A Danish remedy for toothache: Take a stick of elder wood and put it in your mouth. Then stick it in the wall while reciting the words: Depart thou evil spirit! Nine pieces of elder woods were strung onto a necklace and worn as a cure for epilepsy, as long as the necklace never touched the ground. A charm to cure convulsions in children was to find a magical elder that had been seeded by birds on the top of a pollarded willow. The father of the child must then, on a full moon, gather the twigs and make a necklace for the child. A wart could be cured with elder by pricking until a drop of blood came forth. This was dropped onto an elder leaf and the leaf was then buried, a simple transference charm. It was known in some parts that leaves gathered on the auspicious May Eve were used for wound healing specifically. Interestingly, horse people would sometimes carry an elder twig as an amulet against saddles sores.”

— Corinne Boyer - Under the Witching Tree: A Folk Grimoire of Tree Lore and Practicum

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givemearmstopraywith·13 hours agoText

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its 41 degrees (about 104 fahrenheit i think?) today. drove by a park downtown and saw a man in jeans surrounded by his groceries and laying spread-eagled in a narrow strip of shade. mood.

sitting outside the liquor store and i just witnessed a man tuck a paper napkin under his glasses and call that a mask

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its 41 degrees (about 104 fahrenheit i think?) today. drove by a park downtown and saw a man in jeans surrounded by his groceries and laying spread-eagled in a narrow strip of shade. mood.

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