❝ the other nymphs were not children of helios, raised on stories about breaking the world ❞
There was nothing in his soul.
Behind his face and his words
there was nothing but a coldness.
The faintest whisper of humanity was
He was a dream that somebody failed to grasp
And as he was whisked away in the fog by the
hands of death,
he still felt nothing but the briefest of chills
Although death witnessed his body fall,
it was curious that the soul still felt lighter than the
wings of angels
“Wings of Angels"
Again, first two stanzas credited to @mel-et-sanguis and the rest is mine. I was going through their feed and it was truly lovely, so I had to add to it.
Wise old Amae.
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@booksociety ’s memento mori event: the ghost bride
“it’s not a gift, my dear young lady. no, no it isn’t. those feng shui masters, those ghost hunters and face readers. they like to tell people that they can do what they do because they’re so talented and blessed by heaven.” “and aren’t they?” she leaned close to me. her breathe was pungent with a yeasty odour. “tell me, do you think it is a blessing to see the dead?”
- when I first met you I thought you were a bitch
- omg but what about now
- still a bitch. but you’re my bitch
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In 1897 Bram Stroker wrote the fiction novel “Count Dracula”, where a character presumably inspired by Vlad the Impaler (1431) is depicted as a vampiric creature in a Castle of Transilvania.
The topic became, for a while, the main archetype of vampire, and it brought the entire theme into art and entertainment.
More than 200 films have been made that feature Count Dracula, a number second only to Sherlock Holmes.
Most adaptations only feature Dracula, Johnathan and Mina, Professor Van Helsing, etc.
Most notable adaptations
1931- Dracula (Lugosi)
1958- Count Dracula (cristofer lee)
1974- Andy Warhol’s
1992- Bram stroker’s Dracula
2004- Van Helsing
2014- Dracula untold
Which one do you prefer?