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flutterbyinthesky:

Columbia livia in Sunglasses #2, 2013

Pencil drawing by Susan Rotondo
Commissioned by the fabulous Emily C. of Brooklyn, NY as companion piece to Columbia livia in Sunglasses #1

flutterbyinthesky:

Columbia livia in Sunglasses #2, 2013

Pencil drawing by Susan Rotondo

Commissioned by the fabulous Emily C. of Brooklyn, NY as companion piece to Columbia livia in Sunglasses #1

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Brown girl,
love the limb
and length of you:
your stone back, and
bullet mouth, your satin hips
and thick knuckles;
do not apologize for this
or open your hands
to beg forgiveness for your own
blood and bones.
Do not fix your mouth to say
that you are anything less
than everything. Say
that you are every possible
definition of beauty
and power. Say
you are the perfect
natural disaster.
Sasha Banks, “Dear brown girl,” published in Alight (via nps2013)

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fashioninception:

langstonhues:

@sal3may by @langstonhues

What a beauty!?

fashioninception:

langstonhues:

@sal3may by @langstonhues

What a beauty!?

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The only lesson on Earth is to know who you are as things in life happen to you. http://www.noeticbalancing.com/library/your-purpose-your-beliefs/ (via litework57779)
If I cut you off, chances are, you handed me the scissors.

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Don’t you ever get it twisted either. ;)

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thechanelmuse:

***Flawless.

thechanelmuse:

***Flawless.

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postgraduatepunk:

Majeska, illustration for Rachilde’s Monsieur Venus, 1929. Rachilde’s text originally published in 1884.

postgraduatepunk:

Majeska, illustration for Rachilde’s Monsieur Venus, 1929. Rachilde’s text originally published in 1884.

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