Jean Rhys, Voyage in the Dark
Gianni Berengo Gardin, Venice, 1954 (x)
(Source: undr, via lit-any)
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Shirin Neshat with Sussan Deyhim. Logic of the Birds, 2001
(Source: shrimpyj, via dandelionapril)
In Arabic, the word ذنب is used to describe both a sin and a tail, because they have the same nature: they both follow you wherever you go.
The Arabic language has it’s own philosophy.