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"I loved thee once; I’ll love no more—
Thine be the grief as is the blame;
Thou art not what thou wast before,
What reason I should be the same?"

- Sir Robert Ayton, To an Inconstant One (via lucasta)

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butterscotchblondies:

blueberry-sour cream muffins

butterscotchblondies:

blueberry-sour cream muffins

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"Isn’t it strange? There are so many people out there who secretly love someone. And there are so many people out there who have no idea that someone secretly loves them."

- (via fuckinq)

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theparisreview:

Unlike the noisy washof dry deciduous leavesthe needles blanket the earth
pliant beneath a bare foot,stealthy,             floating,a walk through the pines.
Silence in the forest comes from books.
—Susan Stewart, from “Pine”Photography credit Sebastien Zanella

theparisreview:

Unlike the noisy wash
of dry deciduous leaves
the needles blanket the earth

pliant beneath a bare foot,
stealthy,
             floating,
a walk through the pines.

Silence in the forest comes from books.

Susan Stewart, from “Pine”
Photography credit Sebastien Zanella

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