o come away say i

Come away, O human child! To the waters and the wild. With a faery, hand in hand. For the world's more full of weeping than you can understand. ~William Butler Yeats

Ray Caesar
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periwinkle-forest:

Dilka Bear"Lake of tears" 

periwinkle-forest:

Dilka Bear
"Lake of tears" 

kittenmeats:

“Vampyr” (1932) - Carl Theodor Dreyer

kittenmeats:

“Vampyr” (1932) - Carl Theodor Dreyer

(via paperflowerslullabydreams-deact)

(Source: cleanz, via bornofwolves)

(via Degas and the Ballet – in pictures | Art and design | guardian.co.uk)

faramircaptainofgondor:

middle earth meme: {2/6} random characters
→ legolas

(via wooden-folks)

(via Giulia Geranium: July 2009)

Mythology Meme | 5/5 pairings » Izanami & Izanagi
"The first gods Kunitokotachi and Amenominakanushi summoned two divine beings into existence, the male Izanagi and the female Izanami, and charged them with creating the first land. To help them do this, Izanagi and Izanami were given a spear decorated with jewels, named Ame-no-nuboko(heavenly spear). The two deities then went to the bridge between heaven and earth, Ame-no-ukihashi (“floating bridge of heaven”), and churned the sea below with the spear. When drops of salty water fell from the spear, Onogoroshima (“self-forming island”) was created. They descended from the bridge of heaven and made their home on the island.”

Mythology Meme | 5/5 pairings » Izanami & Izanagi

"The first gods Kunitokotachi and Amenominakanushi summoned two divine beings into existence, the male Izanagi and the female Izanami, and charged them with creating the first land. To help them do this, Izanagi and Izanami were given a spear decorated with jewels, named Ame-no-nuboko(heavenly spear). The two deities then went to the bridge between heaven and earthAme-no-ukihashi (“floating bridge of heaven”), and churned the sea below with the spear. When drops of salty water fell from the spear, Onogoroshima (“self-forming island”) was created. They descended from the bridge of heaven and made their home on the island.”

(Source: sansaaqueen, via earthboundspiritualist)