There is another alphabet,

Whispering from every leaf,

Singing from every river,

Shimmering from every sky.

Dejan Stojanovic, "Forgotten Home,"

Poetry Soup

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(Source: riverlust)

Kohayagawa-ke no aki / The End of Summer (1961) Yasujirō Ozu
(via julydogs:) Kohayagawa-ke no aki / The End of Summer (1961) Yasujirō Ozu
(via julydogs:) Kohayagawa-ke no aki / The End of Summer (1961) Yasujirō Ozu
(via julydogs:) Kohayagawa-ke no aki / The End of Summer (1961) Yasujirō Ozu
(via julydogs:) Kohayagawa-ke no aki / The End of Summer (1961) Yasujirō Ozu
(via julydogs:) Kohayagawa-ke no aki / The End of Summer (1961) Yasujirō Ozu
(via julydogs:) Kohayagawa-ke no aki / The End of Summer (1961) Yasujirō Ozu
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Kohayagawa-ke no aki / The End of Summer (1961) Yasujirō Ozu

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"You had this expression on your face, like you weren’t quite sure you were supposed to be on Earth."

Iain S. Thomas, I Wrote This For You

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Melancholia by Nicolas Mephane

Aqua Bassino - Time To Go

"September: it was the most beautiful of words, he’d always felt, evoking orange-flowers, swallows, and regret."

Albert Camus

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(Source: floriental)

Haiku (by *suika *)

three butterflies meet
together sharing secrets
softly in grey light…

"Autumn seemed to arrive suddenly that year. The morning of the first September was crisp and golden as an apple…"

JK Rowling, Harry Potter and The Deathly Hallows

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(Source: 500-days-of-autumn)

Album Art

Antonio Vivaldi -  Violin Concerto In A Minor, RV 357 - I. Allegro 

performed by The Budapest Strings

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Repetitive Dreams by Safwan Dahoul

Repetitive Dreams by Safwan Dahoul

"I believe pain breeds wolves
and joys give rise to moons.

We grow forests in our bones
so our memories can’t find us.

I believe we hide and haunt ourselves."

Pavana पवन

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Rainer Maria Rilke, 1906 
photo by George Bernard Shaw
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Rainer Maria Rilke, 1906 

photo by George Bernard Shaw

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