ohfairies:

hello mr fox on flickr
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a farmer and his donkey in Zamora Province haul flowering nabiza, turnip plants, to feed his cattle or to be pressed for vegetable oil. Spain, March 1978
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animus-inviolabilis:

Illuminated Leaf
Iran
16th Century(via https://www.flickr.com/photos/125761528@N06/15350413157/ and The Metropolitan Museum)



Poem by Jalāl ad-Dīn Muhammad Rūmī

My heart is like an oyster shell, the Beloved’s phantom is the pearl; now I am no more contained, for this house is filled with Him.
Night split the lip of my soul with the sweetness of His talk; I am surprised at him who says, “Truth is bitter.”
Mortals’ food comes from without, but the lover’s food is from within; he regurgitates and chews, for the lover is like a camel.
Be swift-faring like a peri, denude yourself of your body; nakedness is not allowed to him who has the mange.
Salah al-Din has come to the chase; all the lions are his quarry; that man is his servant who is free from the two worlds.
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unstrutus:

shakypigment:
Anne-Francois-Louis Janmot
Sunbeams
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mai-invincible:

Maude Fealy.
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