Isaac Asimov in conversation with Bill Moyers on science vs. religion, education, and the role of science fiction in society – a must-read. 

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Mariacarla Boscono by Willy Vanderperre


TRACK: Cold Shoulder


PLAYS: 1,661

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Lirio de luna (by Pris WerSo)

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"I am a willow of the wilderness,
Loving the wind that bent me."

Ralph Waldo Emerson (via apoetreflects)

(Source: saturnrising)


Seductive femininity - by Rene Gruau, Paris 1950

ARTIST: Theophilus London

TRACK: Flying Overseas

ALBUM: Lovers Holiday EP

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Simply EnchantingModel Guinevere van SeenusPhotographer Erik Madigan Heck Styling Tracy Taylor


I believe in inspiration, but I believe it usually comes to us during the process of making a poem. That is, we generate it through our attentiveness to the act of writing. Sweat and tears create what can be ‘received.’ Hard work creates the possibility of the unforeseen gift. Inspiration is earned, I think, rather than bestowed. If one morning it seems to come to us out of nowhere, then I believe we earned it the day before.


Lawrence Raab, from an online interview for How a Poem Happens: Contemporary Poets Discuss the Making of Poems (via apoetreflects)


Martiros Saryan


— Franz Kafka

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Patti Smith 

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