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chandelyer · 2 days ago
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Heaven Gaia spring 2022 couture
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ousia-poetica · 2 days ago
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Ay !! ... de ese hombre que fue lluvia, y llenó nuestras almas " de una infinita penumbra ". Ay !! ... de ese ser que fue llanto, y salpicó de frías lágrimas, el mar, " donde naufragó nuestro barco ". Ay !! ... de ese hombre que fue viento, y arrojó al suelo un otoño, las hojas escritas del árbol... " que yo me invento ". - Ay !! ... de ese ser que fue fuego, que calcinó nuestros límites, donde herido quedó, " nuestro ego ". - Ay !! ... de esa mujer que fue mendigo, que en mi corazón, pidió asilo, hoy, sin hogar, " yo la maldigo ". Ousía Poética © Leandro Lojek
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sosuperawesome · 2 days ago
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Embroidered Clothing
Fevernest on Etsy
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evermore-fashion · 2 days ago
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Sigyn was the goddess of loyalty, faithfulness, and compassion in Norse mythology and second wife to the trickster god Loki. Not much is known about her other than at the onset of Ragnarök, she remained loyal to her husband even after he was bound by the other gods for the murder of Baldr (god of light). Sigyn stood beside Loki and used a bowl to catch the deadly snake venom that dripped onto his face. However, when she had to temporarily leave to empty the bowl, the venom would hit Loki's face making him writhe in pain, which would cause the earth above to shake. (Cucculelli Shaheen ‘Alchemy & Mysticism’ Collection)
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wintercorrybriea · a day ago
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GCDS x Hello Kitty x Moon Boot
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slaybey · 2 days ago
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sosuperawesome · 2 days ago
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Embroidered Collars, Purses and Clothing
Linenburo on Etsy
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evermore-fashion · a day ago
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Eris (Ερις meaning ‘Strife’) was the goddess of strife, discord, contention and rivalry in Greek mythology. She was often portrayed as the daimona (personified spirit) of the strife of war, haunting the battlefield and delighting in human bloodshed. Because of her disagreeable nature she was the only goddess not to be invited to the wedding of Peleus (king of Phthia) and Thetis (goddess of the sea). Regardless Eris still turned up but was refused admittance, which enraged her so much that she threw a golden apple amongst the goddesses inscribed ‘To The Fairest.’ Hera, Aphrodite and Athena all laid claim to it and in their rivalry they brought about the events leading up to the Trojan War. (Cucculelli Shaheen ‘Alchemy & Mysticism’ Collection)
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fuckyeahchinesefashion · 8 hours ago
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furry cat in chinese hanfu by 懿辰不是傻猫啊
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sartorialadventure · 2 days ago
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Rami al Ali, fall 2021 couture
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ousia-poetica · a day ago
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Como nudos de la misma soga que hacen los peldaños para el alma. Cómo sensaciones que se ahogan en el charco gris de la emboscada. Como la paciencia de la muerte, áspera, sórdida y equilibrada, - oh, cara oculta de mi suerte ... infértil, sucia y descarada !! Como la dirección de la materia, flexible en su auto descomposición; en busca de un ser que la sostenga, embaucada en su propia destrucción. Me siento como un estafermo que es abatido lanza a lanza, golpe a golpe, " espada a espada "; Que es el centro de todas las furias de una tropa sin escrúpulos y con saña. Cada muesca en su cuerpo de madera, dolor cicatrizante y angustiosa espera !! ...Y en cada lanza afilada hay ira y dolor, y en cada golpe recibido, crece el rencor, y a cada espada que mata... brazos pagados a un centurión !! Ousía Poética © Leandro Lojek
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