But we’re going to have a new code

Say it, Christopher. For your daughter, Allison

10 hours ago   maliatae   via: argentwolvs   5,915 notes   reblog

she was red, and terrible, and misunderstood.


yo so tonight instead of doing any of my work I have become consumed with melisandre emotions/analysis so congratulations you lot get to reap my early-morning-stream-of-thought bullet points yee haw I apologise for the general incoherency.

melisandre is one of the most heinously underrated and misunderstood characters in the entirety of GoT/asoiaf, and it’s for one big reason (a reason that is - shock!!!!! horror!!!!! - prevalent in both the show and the books. that may terrify those who uphold the books as the paragon of narrative brilliance, but at this point I’m too tired to do anything more than chuckle feebly in that direction. also it’s beside the point. but whatever).

anyway, what I’m getting at is that whenever I try to discuss melisandre or attempt to glean another’s opinion of her, what I get met with the vast majority of the time is this:

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10 hours ago   marciaoverstrand   via: marciaoverstrand   33 notes   reblog

i can’t just turn this on.  i’ m   n o t   l i k e   y o u   g u y s .
i don’t have claws, or glowing eyes or super senses.

           i  j u s t   h a v e  … v o i c e s   i n   m y   h e a d.

10 hours ago   lastisle   via: argentwolvs   3,137 notes   reblog

Dew-drinker, opium-eater,
I have seen your mouth transfigured
By the fragments of ancient fevers.

It was a wild, strange sound.

Honey-seeker, sun-worshipper,
I have heard the wind in white cedars
And black poplars.

It was the colour of wet narcissus.

River-walker, crocus-gatherer,
I have tasted the petals of acanthus
And Thessalian iris.

They were but circles of salt.

Bethany van Rijswijk, from ‘Opium-eater’ (via elucipher)
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11 hours ago   teenwolf   via: scottiles   5,326 notes   reblog

There are people who know that there’s always a mystery to be solved. And they take comfort in researching and writing down any important evidence. But this story is not about such people. This story is about the Baudelaires. And they are the sort of people who know that there’s always something. Something to invent, something to read, something to bite, and something to do, to make a sanctuary, no matter how small.

Lemony Snicket’s A Series of Unfortunate Events (2004)

11 hours ago   elomelo   via: thymoss   1,236 notes   reblog


The Triton’s Mirror, 2014

Acrylics on prepared paper, 55.7 x 41.5 cm 

Denis Forkas – Spirits of the Mirror

11 hours ago   denisforkas   via: hoganmclaughlin   430 notes   reblog

She was red, and terrible, and red.

Evmorfia, 18, Ravenclaw , INFP

Currently reading: Lots of comic books (mostly X-Men)
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