Like A Thief
IN The Night

Anna; XVIII, ENFP

"And we swagger because we do not know how to part with our rage, which we cherish and press cutting close, but we learn to swagger — or rather, we’re swaggered, briefly, while the wind blows and things burn and our hands are full — because we know it darkly all the same."

The Grand Budapest Hotel (2014) dir. Wes Anderson

The Gods called your name
and the seas turned dark;
the earth quaked with power.

You looked up at Olympus
screaming at the gates;
“What will I become?”

The Gods fell silent, then-
with a thunderous roar replied;
"Who are you now?"

- Achilles (via meduesa)

"Miss Elizabeth. I have struggled in vain and I can bear it no longer. These past months have been a torment. I came to Rosings with the single object of seeing you… I had to see you. I have fought against my better judgment, my family’s expectations, the inferiority of your birth by rank and circumstance. All these things I am willing to put aside and ask you to end my agony." - Mr. Darcy

The Fall ( 2008 )

Dolce & Gabbana S/S 2015 - Hair Details {inspired by: X}

mpdrolet:

From An opening Song
Nicol Vizioli

mpdrolet:

From An opening Song

Nicol Vizioli

vintagegal:

Staten Island Ferry Commuters by Gordon Parks, 1946 (via)

vintagegal:

Staten Island Ferry Commuters by Gordon Parks, 1946 (via)

thatwetshirt:

The Grand Budapest Hotel (2014) dir. Wes Anderson

"Where were you when I laid the foundations of the Earth, when the morning stars sang together, and all the sons of God shouted for joy?" Job 38:4-7

vassilias:

MYTHOLOGY MEME  |  [6/9] GREEK GODS & GODDESSES » DIONYSUS 

Dionysus was the god of wine and winemaking, theater, ecstasy, and madness in greek mythology. He was the son of Zeus and Semele, a nymph who was killed by the overpowering presence of Zeus when Hera taunted him to appear in his true divine form to Semele. Zeus took the still unborn Dionysus and sew him into his thigh thus resulting in Dionysus to becoming “twice-born”. He is often depicted in the presence of drunken satyrs and nymphs as well as the Maenads, the human women who once a year are driven to madness by his presence. Dionysus is also often associated with Hades and is known to be the “Eater of Raw Flesh”. A popular tale featuring Dionysus is of Ariadne and the Magic Thread, in which Dionysus becomes a heroic figure of mercy as he seeks to rescue Ariadne from death at the hands of abandonment after Theseus leaves her stranded upon an island. The first greek tragedy was written in his honor, and in the old days, people devoted plays and tragedies to the wine god. 

A child’s voice, however honest and true, is meaningless to those who’ve forgotten how to listen.