Swan Songs of a Dying Empire

Forgive us our virtues
laughingsquid:

Rocki, A Small Adapter That Turns Standard Speakers Into a Wireless Sound System
lempiredesroses:

The King is Always Above the People - Ardeshir Mohassess (1977)

NATIONAL POETRY MONTH DAY 14: “THE VINDICATION OF JUDAS”

therumpus:

Forgive me at last, Brother,
for the death sentence: a kiss
that revealed me, an act of obedience
which began your martyrdom.
Who else but you—who loves
me still—could I ask to bear blame
for my murder for all time?
I knew too of the wind of stones
conjured by our brothers
that would…

atomandbrad:

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criminalwisdom:


White laundries, Tuesday 18 May 1915
Source: Vancouver Daily World

(Source: pasttensevancouver)

leadingtone:

Buena Vista Social Club
"El Carretero"

(via slavocracy)

“ Hello, hidden pain. So strange
how you resemble my old face. ”

— From Matthew Siegel’s “The Electric Body,” readable in full at The Rumpus. Happy Day 16 of National Poetry Month! (via therumpus)

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