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"But breaking was beautiful. It hurt, and it was an uphill climb back to sanity, but you came back stronger, fiercer, and more solid than you were before."

Penelope Davis, Rival

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Start with a prayer,
scrape the soft skin
of your knees on glass
and pretend this will work,
pretend there is hope striking
at the walls of your chest.

'Dear God,
Why is he ripping
out my spine?’

'Dear God,
I just wanted to be loved.’

'Dear God,
Don’t let me bleed out
on the bathroom floor.’

Start with an absolution,
pick yourself up
and rearrange your bones
the right way,
into something whole,
into something hungry.


Emily Palermo, Church

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mythology edits  ||  aphrodite,greek goddess of love

Iridescent thrones Aphrodite, deathless child of Zeus, wile-weaver, I now implore you,

Don’t—I beg you, Lady—with pains and torments,

Crush down my spirit.

~ Sappho

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my reason is always selfish: you
if you think so, then it’s most likely true

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18th century Indian dagger with sheath, made with steel, shark skin, jade, gold, ruby, emerald, sapphire and silver. In the collection of The Metropolitan Museum of Art.

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I wake up each
morning wanting
more of you.

First, it was your
lips, then it was
your hands, now

it is your heart.
Now, it is always
your heart.


Emma Bleker, Wanting

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Roberto Cavalli S/S 2006

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