spiritdick:

I want to know why

spiritdick:

I want to know why

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I need someone who’s okay with laying in bed all day but also up for spontaneous adventures.

*lying

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115,498 notes | Posted Aug 13, 14

forgetting

the-nathaniel:

I hate you forgetting;
little things you say and do.
Incomplete and
thoughtlessness.

A thorn you didn’t remove.
A wound you go on poking,
A life left not behind.

I hate you forgetting,
Insignificant in many ways,
but fear if you’re forgetting,
maybe, I, you’ll one day too.

3 notes | Posted Aug 12, 14 #poem #poetry #forgetting

Some anatomical figure studies drawn on top of my form photography of Brody.

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“Being asked to serve as UN Women’s Goodwill Ambassador is truly humbling. The chance to make a real difference is not an opportunity that everyone is given and is one I have no intention of taking lightly. Women’s rights are something so inextricably linked with who I am, so deeply personal and rooted in my life that I can’t imagine an opportunity more exciting. I still have so much to learn, but as I progress I hope to bring more of my individual knowledge, experience and awareness to this role.”

“Being asked to serve as UN Women’s Goodwill Ambassador is truly humbling. The chance to make a real difference is not an opportunity that everyone is given and is one I have no intention of taking lightly. Women’s rights are something so inextricably linked with who I am, so deeply personal and rooted in my life that I can’t imagine an opportunity more exciting. I still have so much to learn, but as I progress I hope to bring more of my individual knowledge, experience and awareness to this role.”

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He’s like Ichigo from Bleach.

He’s like Ichigo from Bleach.

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Thank You Robin

Robin Williams may have been known for his comedic films, but his dramatic performances in “What Dreams May Come,” and “Dead Poets Society” will always be what I remember most about him.  These two films have had deep impacts on my upbringing, career, and shaping my outlook in life and who I am today.  

I remember watching Dead Poets Society in my 9th grade English class.  Even though I didn’t comprehend the entirety and metaphors within the film at the time, I remember the impact Mr. Keating (Robin Williams) had on his students.  I remember his nontraditional pedagogy, his challenges, and his inspirations to his students to question the status quo and to seize the day. I can firmly pinpoint Robin Williams’ performance to shaping aspirations to become an educator.  While working with students today, I sometimes will ask myself if I have lived up to my aspirations.  Have I treated all my students with dignity, to challenge them, and to inspire them for greatness beyond themselves.  For always reminding me to be like Mr. Keating, I have Robin Williams to thank.

"What Dreams May Come" was another movie that touched me deeply.  It gave me a chance to reflect on my own relationships with people around me, my family, and those I love most.  It pushed me into introspection of to what extent can I love, and to what sacrifices can I make for the ones I love.  In the film, Chris (played by Robin Williams) loss his children to a car accident, which threw his relationship with his wife into tumult, through which they make it through and avoided a divorce.  Chris then was killed in another car accident, and he explores the worlds of the living and heaven.  But devastated from his death, his wife went into severe depression and mental breakdown, and committed suicide.  Her soul was then thrust into it’s own hell.  Chris would not abandon his soul mate, and went to hell at the risk of losing his own heaven to save her.  The film was beautifully done, and I will always remember his performance and inspiration to love beyond my limitations for love.  It will always remind me to not give up on those I love, and to extend myself to love more fully.

Thank you Robin Williams

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replaced

the-nathaniel:

It still makes me angry,

that you are no longer here.

you presence was life giving,

a nurturing I can’t replace.

It still makes me sickly,

thinking of this vacant place,

your touch was warm and familiar,

an order I can’t replace.

It stills makes me empty,

seeing your reflection in me,

you live on this way forever,

but your life - never replaced.

2 notes | Posted Aug 12, 14 #poem #poetry #coping #remembering #loss #memories

thewinchester-gospels:

quezsam:

i’m so sorry

Bless you

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generalgemini-booknerd:

Alright, these are kinda adorable…

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"O Captain! My Captain! rise up and hear the bells;
Rise up—for you the flag is flung—for you the bugle trills;”
-Walt Whitman
-RIP Robin Williams

1 note | Posted Aug 11, 14 #RobinWilliams #Walt Whitman

wetheurban:

PHOTOGRAPHY: New Works by Oleg Oprisco

Ukrainian artistic photographer from Kiev, Oleg Oprisco, creates portraits that I consider truly exceptional – each image has its own atmosphere, and calls on each sense to awaken and become a part of his work.

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