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megairea·6 hours agoQuote
Bertolt Brecht, from “O you great trees” (tr. by Tom Kuhn & David Constantine)
We are very lonely and that’s all right.
We never have a light, not even ghosts approach us.
And if we did: what would we do with light?
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megairea·18 hours agoQuote
Octavio Paz, from The Dialectic of Solitude; The Labyrinth of Solitude & Other Writings (tr. by Lysander Kemp), 1950
What we ask of love (which, being desire, is a hunger for communion, a will to fall and to die as well as to be reborn) is that it give us a bit of true life, of true death. We do not ask it for happiness or repose, but simply for an instant of that full life in which opposites vanish, in which life and death, time and eternity are united.
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megairea·a day agoText

gn05i5:

Imagine the secrets the trees are keeping

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leschateauxdelafrance:

Château de la Fortelle
Lumigny-Nesles-Ormeaux, Seine-et-Marne, France

17th century castle, destroyed in the 20th-centruy. Never rebuilt.

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deforest:

Even a man who is pure at heart and says his prayers by night
May become a wolf when the wolf bane blooms
And the moon is full and bright.

FRANKENSTEIN MEETS THE WOLF MAN (1943)

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megairea·3 days agoQuote
Fernando Pessoa, The Book of Disquiet (tr. by Margaret Jull Costa)
The dream is what is most truly, impenetrably, ineradicably ours. The Universe, Life — whether real or illusory — belongs to everyone, everyone can see what I see and possess what I possess or can, at least, imagine seeing or possessing it… But only I can see what I dream, only I can possess it.
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leschateauxdelafrance:

Château de Vergers in Suilly-la-Tour

The original medieval fortress dates back to the XIVth century, built by the Varigny family, became soon the property of the Vergers family that held it more or less through centuries until Paul de Chabannes (Chabannes family married to Vergers in 1540) sold the domains and the forges to the monks of Chartreuse in 1714.

The castle was radically transformed and rebuilt in a neo-renaissance/gothic style around 1890. A very fancy transformation, the metal structure of the roof was designed by Gustav Eiffel, the decoration of the entrance gallery and the lounges were designed by Charles Garnier, architect of the Parisian Opera. 

Private property these days 

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