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shadesfire:

got bored and decided I needed one of my favorite Welcome to Night Vale tweets as a cross stitch

theartofanimation:

Anie330

cre8ti0n:

Snow in forest | by Corey Holms | Website.

true as fuck zodiac - prominent features

aries:so fucking stubborn. they will hold a grudge til the end of time taurus:they are fucking nerds. gemini:defo the random outbursts cancer:rudeness. so fucking rude. god damn. leo:they're about 4'9" virgo:they don't want to talk to you at all libra:weird ass laugh scorpio:the fact that you can directly see hell in their eyes sagittarius:fuckin strange ass humor capricorn:creepy fucking smile aquarius:kinda givin off a gay vibe pisces:p conceited and that shit is not confidence as they may think it is

100donofficial:

justnuts:

democracyandassassination:

hawk-and-handsaw:

reverse hades/persephone, where the young daughter of summer uses plant magic to ensnare the lord of darkness and keep him prisoner in a beautiful garden above ground. Eventually, enchanted by her cleverness and wild youth he agrees to eat six pomegranate seeds and stay with her for half of every year. 

# ID READ THE FUCK OUT OF THAT # HE TRIES BEING ALL IMPOSINGLY MIGHTY AND WRATHFUL WHILE PERSPHONE JUST GOES ON WATERING THE FLOWERS OUTSIDE HIS CAGE # HE PETITIONS TO AT LEAST GET SOME DEATHBELL AND NIGHTSHADE AND ASPHODEL GROWING IN THERE BUT IT’S ALL LOTUSES AND SUNFLOWERS AND APPLES # AND LIKE CORN EVERYWHERE HE FUCKING HATES CORN # THEY COMPROMISE ON POMEGRANATES (x)

It’d be even funnier if the other gods show up all “Persephone, hey, you got the lord of death in there so no one’s dying anymore and the world is getting too full—” “Not my problem”

AU where Demeter and Persephone make a deal and this is how it goes in the comic instead. 

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sarcasm-is-a-way-of-life:

colourmeastonished:

mathpreacher:

accidentally forgetting your earbuds at home is like accidentally leaving your first born child at the gates of hell

if you think that’s bad, one time I was skimming stones and my thumb caught my headphones and I accidentally launched them into the sea

I should not have laughed as hard as I did

Famous Novelists on Symbolism in Their Work and Whether it was Intentional

Question:Do you consciously, intentionally plan and place symbolism in your writing?... If yes, please state your method for doing so. Do you feel you sub-consciously place symbolism in your writing? Jack Kerouac:"No." Isaac Asimov:“Consciously? Heavens, no! Unconsciously? How can one avoid it?” Joseph Heller:“Yes, I do intentionally rely on symbolism in my writing, but not to the extent that many people have stated…No, I do not subconsciously place symbolism in my writing, although there are inevitably many occasions when events acquire a meaning additional to the one originally intended.” Ray Bradbury:“No, I never consciously place symbolism in my writing. That would be a self-conscious exercise and self-consciousness is defeating to any creative act. Better to let the subconscious do the work for you, and get out of the way. The best symbolism is always unsuspected and natural." John Updike:“Yes—I have no method; there is no method in writing fiction; you don’t seem to understand.” Norman Mailer:“I’m not sure it’s a good idea for a working novelist to concern himself too much with the technical aspects of the matter. Generally, the best symbols in a novel are those you become aware of only after you finish the work.” Ralph Ellison:“Symbolism arises out of action…Once a writer is conscious of the implicit symbolism which arises in the course of a narrative, he may take advantage of them and manipulate them consciously as a further resource of his art. Symbols which are imposed upon fiction from the outside tend to leave the reader dissatisfied by making him aware that something extraneous is added.” Saul Bellow:“A ‘symbol’ grows in its own way, out of the facts.” Richard Hughes:“[Consciously?] No. [Subconsciously?] Probably yes. After all, to a lesser extent, the same is true of our daily conversation—in fact, of everything we think and say and do.” (Lucas Reilly)

postmodernismruinedme:

vardaesque:

unusualjourney:

what-rabbit-hole:

“some historians think that michelangelo was drawing god in a human brain. very few people knew what one looked like at the time; but michelangelo had dissected cadavers and would have known. it even has the hint of a brain stem. if true this would have been a great “fuck you” to the pope whom he was not friendly with but also would have meant god was in a human brain, or created by man.”

Interesting.

also michelangelo painted a baby angel flipping off the pope

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the blond one, you see his right hand? that’s called the fig and it’s an old world european gesture for ‘fuck you” because apparently Pope Juluis II was a total raging asshole and everyone hated him

but nobody ever noticed this little fucker because the ceiling was so high

and then thirty years later they called michelangelo back to paint the wall behind the altar and he wasted no time in painting the gates of hell behind the pope’s chair

what a badass

It amuses me to this day how much Michelangelo hated his job

trenz