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booksandothersecrets · 7 months ago
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Normalise liking poetry because you like the way it sounds and art because you think its beautiful. You don’t have to understand the deeper meaning of something to appreciate it - poetry is bloody difficult to analyse and art requires an extensive knowledge of movements and artists to properly get - so please just wonder around art galleries and decide which pieces you’d buy if you could, and read out lines of poetry simply because they have a nice ring to them.
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la-dama-de-rosas · 5 months ago
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selected diaries, virginia woolf / abandonment (the pair), henri de toulouse-lautrec / pillow thoughts, courtney peppernell / in bed, henri de toulouse-lautrec / work song, hozier / the two friends, henri de toulouse-lautrec / portrait of a lady on fire (2019), dir. céline sciamma
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kafk-a · 7 months ago
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Virginia Woolf, from The Waves
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booksandothersecrets · 5 months ago
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Shout out to all the notes-app poems, love letters, secrets, novels, diary entries, bucket lists and lyrics that were hurredly typed into people’s phones at 3am and then hidden from the world and forgotten. Maybe one day you’ll open the app and laugh at how pretentious you were, or maybe you’ll smile at that part of yourself that noone else saw
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dark-romantics · 6 months ago
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Why limit yourself between choosing a pretty feminine aesthetic or a dark one? If Persephone can be the Goddess of Spring and the Queen of the Underworld at the same time so can you.
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metamorphesque · a month ago
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1. Meg Day 2. Haruki Murakami 3. Edouard Labrosse 4. Rainer Maria Rilke 5. Ron Hicks 6. Virginia Woolf 7. Joan Didion 8. Ron Hicks 9. Sylvia Plath 10. Anne Magill 11. Franz Kafka 12. Peter Wever 13. Vi Khi Nao 14. Peter Wever 15. Anna Akhmatova
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bnmxfld · 7 months ago
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In case you ever foolishly forget: I am never not thinking of you.
Virginia Woolf
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onomatopriya · 4 months ago
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when virginia woolf wrote, ‘the history of men’s opposition to emancipation is more interesting perhaps than the story of that emancipation itself’, and when margaret atwood said, ‘men are afraid women will laugh at them. women are afraid men will kill them', and when sally rooney wrote, ‘generally, I find men are a lot more concerned with limiting the freedoms of women than exercising personal freedom for themselves'.
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intimatum · a year ago
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Virginia Woolf, The Years
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dearestvita · a year ago
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She liked to be alone; she liked to be herself;
Virginia Woolf, from To the Lighthouse
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dearestvita · 3 years ago
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Vita Sackville-West & Virginia Woolf
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