黒猫 / “Black Cats”
by BLACK RHOMBI (Gerald Leung)

黒猫 / “Black Cats”

by BLACK RHOMBI (Gerald Leung)

roseapetitspois:

"Mary Poppins comes back" for Houghton Mifflin Harcourt -Cover 2

roseapetitspois:

"Mary Poppins comes back" for Houghton Mifflin Harcourt -Cover 2

mouseshouses:

time to prune the house

mouseshouses:

time to prune the house

portion;

when people share our lives there’s a give and take that happens naturally. ideally, we learn from each other and help each other. or, sometimes, we’re pulled apart by those who can’t get enough.

the hanged man is a transformation we need to happen. the empress promises we’ll understand better when it’s all over. the fool(rev) can never be convinced that s/he is ready.

the role you fill in others lives is only part of your story. the happy ending you thought you were headed to isn’t as happy as people believed. who will you be when you’ve given all of you away?

What is your favorite book/thing to read?
artofoverwhelm:

Louise Saxton / http://www.louisesaxton.com/

artofoverwhelm:

Louise Saxton / http://www.louisesaxton.com/

ultrajumpinthings:

Abbey Lossing

ultrajumpinthings:

Abbey Lossing

dialmformichele:

You know that feeling when you get sucked into an internet vortex of one link leading into another leading into the comment section populated by misinformed probably-thirteen-year-olds, only to snap out of it two hours later despairing of humanity and also hungry?

dialmformichele:

You know that feeling when you get sucked into an internet vortex of one link leading into another leading into the comment section populated by misinformed probably-thirteen-year-olds, only to snap out of it two hours later despairing of humanity and also hungry?

beautifulbizarremag:

Brand new work by Dan Quintana, “Foil” / oil on wood

beautifulbizarremag:

Brand new work by Dan Quintana, “Foil” / oil on wood

oldbookillustrations:

I’ve often sat and howled for hours.
Peter Newell, from The hunting of the snark, by Lewis Carroll, New York, 1903.
(Source: archive.org)

oldbookillustrations:

I’ve often sat and howled for hours.

Peter Newell, from The hunting of the snark, by Lewis Carroll, New York, 1903.

(Source: archive.org)

aim;

you’ve practiced your craft. you’ve planned for the road ahead. you’ve adapted new skills that will serve you well. but, there are some in your life that have clouded your judgement.

the high priestess(rev) has a point of view that is biased on purpose. the sun(rev) is a world without harvest, growth, or promise. judgement hints that the life you lead could be better without some of the relations you have.

even worse than having someone in our lives lead us astray is the promise of a person who doesn’t really fit. wanting someone fills a space that people who deserve to be wanted could be taking up. who can and can’t share your journey?