creatingaquietmind:

Albert Goldbarth, “The Sciences Sing a Lullaby”

creatingaquietmind:

Albert Goldbarth, “The Sciences Sing a Lullaby”

(Source: aseaofquotes)

house-of-romanov:

Women pet a shy sheep on a hillside overlooking a green valley in Denbighshire, Wales, 1953.

house-of-romanov:

Women pet a shy sheep on a hillside overlooking a green valley in Denbighshire, Wales, 1953.

(via phoebe-bird)

Yearning for permanence, and who wouldn’t?
Longing to believe it will last forever,
But what does? Nothing I know of.

Even the things that seem to stand still
Flow slowly into other forms.

The beloved’s first and only lesson:
Everything that is, becomes.


Gregory Orr, “Yearning for permanence, and who wouldn’t?” (via litverve)
slaughterhouse90210:

“Whenever I saw her, I felt like I had been living in another country, doing moderately well in another language, and then she showed up speaking English and suddenly I could speak with all the complexity and nuance that I hadn’t realized was gone. With Lucy I was a native speaker.”― Ann Patchett, Truth and Beauty

slaughterhouse90210:

“Whenever I saw her, I felt like I had been living in another country, doing moderately well in another language, and then she showed up speaking English and suddenly I could speak with all the complexity and nuance that I hadn’t realized was gone. With Lucy I was a native speaker.”
― Ann Patchett,
Truth and Beauty

aseaofquotes:

— Jack London

aseaofquotes:

— Jack London

(Source: lilibaba, via ginandbird)

From the garden

From the garden

(Source: sh2244, via touchecrochet)