Daphne Du Maurier, My Cousin Rachel

Daphne Du Maurier, My Cousin Rachel

19

May

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#daphne du maurier #my cousin rachel

"Daisies, ye flowers of lowly birth, Embroiderers of the carpet earth." – John Clare, Song of Praise

It’s been far too long since I’ve shown what my eyes have seen and that isn’t good at all. I post this now maybe because of the lovely sight of the front garden, or maybe it’s because I have just watched the splendid film that is Studio Ghibli’s Arrietty, taking a view of the world in the way of those Borrowers. Or maybe it’s simply a union of both.

The days are becoming ever-so-warmer yet it is still May. It’s as if Spring is passing its pushing blooms and blossoms to the time of Summer that radiates everything in the moments that pass. This kind of time that lies on the lip of one season to another is surely one that I truly adore, and I only wish to be able to revel in the enchantment of it.

18

May

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#life

"I love those who yearn for the impossible."

- Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, Faust: The Second Part of the Tragedy

07

March

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#johann wolfgang von goethe #quotes


A Thorn Amidst the Roses, 1887 by James Sant

A Thorn Amidst the Roses, 1887 by James Sant

07

March

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#james sant


Mark Oliver Everett, Things The Grandchildren Should Know

Mark Oliver EverettThings The Grandchildren Should Know

06

March

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#mark oliver everett #quotes

06

March

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This photo was reblogged from 60sfangirl and originally by dannymadferit.

#the beatles

Your body is a canvas, and you are the artist.

For all I know there’s no rule of art, but one thing must be remembered: you must be the first who is happy about what is on the canvas that is placed in front of you, everyone else is second. I’ve seen it many times that it seems the other way around. What use is it for the artist? What use is it for you?

You’ve been given this canvas, and as the artist you can do whatever you want to do with it that brings you happiness. Tighten it, stretch it, splash paint on it, draw gently on it, do all you want to it. The others are only influence and audience, but without you there is nothing. Put make-up on, don’t put it on, wear it when ever you want. Wear clothes that give you an outline that defines you.

Who ever reads this: take these words that I’ve written, or don’t. All I ask is for you to be happy, and I hope that you fill your canvas with all that is wonderful to you.

06

March

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This photo was reblogged from thelivingrecordofyourmemory and originally by acompletelife.

#a.a. milne #quotes

06

March

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This photo was reblogged from dontyoumeanpediddle and originally by polarfuchs.

#fantasia 2000

"I like fairy tales, and I like dreaming. I try to weave the reality into the dream."

- Grace Coddington

05

March

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This quote was reblogged from summerlilac and originally by seabois.

#grace coddington #quotes

by Inès ☆

05

March

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This photo was reblogged from justlikeordinary and originally by englishsnow.

05

March

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This photo was reblogged from stuandastrid and originally by thegilly.

#stuart sutcliffe

"I do not think I’m easy to define. I have a wandering mind. And I’m not anything that you think I am."

- Syd Barrett 

05

March

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#syd barrett #quotes

Lilacs in a Window, c.1880-83 by Mary Cassatt

Lilacs in a Window, c.1880-83 by Mary Cassatt

03

March

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#mary cassatt

Your body is a canvas, and you are the artist.

For all I know there’s no rule of art, but one thing must be remembered: you must be the first who is happy about what is on the canvas that is placed in front of you, everyone else is second. I’ve seen it many times that it seems the other way around. What use is it for the artist? What use is it for you?

You’ve been given this canvas, and as the artist you can do whatever you want to do with it that brings you happiness. Tighten it, stretch it, splash paint on it, draw gently on it, do all you want to it. The others are only influence and audience, but without you there is nothing. Put make-up on, don’t put it on, wear it when ever you want. Wear clothes that give you an outline that defines you.

Who ever reads this: take these words that I’ve written, or don’t. All I ask is for you to be happy, and I hope that you fill your canvas with all that is wonderful to you.

03

March

23 notes

This text was reblogged from lovesweetlylovetenderly and originally by lovesweetlylovetenderly.

#thinking