can he team up with nathan stewart-jarett and just be like gross hipster superheros in amazing sweaters
can rudy be their incompetent secretary
who constantly hits on them both and they tolerate it because he makes surprisingly nice coffee but no one will ever tell him that
This is a disappearing act: I am waiting for you
to fall in love with me in a room full of two-second stares.
When you look at me though, I am a miss: a golf ball
landing on dirt it drowns on its own; a bullet
out of bounds it passes through my heart and I bleed glass,
even with two hands folded into a fist in front of my chest
I am shattered into a hundred small knives.
There are no soft landings on my airport lungs: the engine
starts crying for air but all I hear is my voice calling
your name: how it sounds like an emergency; an ambulance
arriving on time before I breath you last.
Every time I fall asleep, I tell myself: Not everything
about love works like magic. Sometimes all people do is wait
for a sign, for a look that says, “I see you and I am falling.”
But so far in this movie, my eyes are the only ones
loud enough to tear clouds and bubble-sized rain.
Not yours. When I blink: You don’t stare back,
When I close them: You are gone.
The hypostyle hall of the Hathor Temple at Dendera, Egypt.
The first hypostyle hall within the Temple of Hathor contains sandstone columns with Hathor head capitals. This hall was built during the Ptolemaic period, and was later decorated during the Roman period. The name of Roman emperor Claudius appears on the columns, and Nero on the walls.
Gay Robins (in The Art of Ancient Egypt, page 231) discusses the decoration of the columns themselves:
The columns display the three fields into which temple decoration was divided. At the bottom are three registers of emblematic groups. A horizontal band of text divides them from the main area showing ritual interactions between the king and deities. This is separated by another band of text from further registers of emblematic figures at the top.
Photos taken by Kyera Giannini, via the Institute for the Study of the Ancient World.
IT’S NOT LOVE IT’S PHYSICS
DIDN’T YOU HEAR ME I SAID I WANT TO THROW HIM ON THE GROUND LIKE SOME OLD HAMMER
Bit of this yesterday
By Womble (me), Skin Graphics, Lowestoft, UK, wombletattoos.tumblr.com, look me up on FaceBook:
You said the anger would come back
just as the love did.
"Last year, with Angel and the heartbreak, I would go home and cry. My body couldn’t work properly. I don’t take the demons home with me, but I do take Buffy’s pain. The vampires I’m immune to, but not the emotion. When we filmed the episode where Angel breaks up with her, I cried for 25 minutes. I thought I was having a breakdown. They had to shut down the set".
- Sarah Michelle Gellar