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Mary Iverson
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Albert Camus
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© Franz Lazi
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Frederic Chaubin, Photo of Kiev crematorium, adorned with concrete flames (Ukraine, 1985)
(via elevatordreaming)
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Le Corbusier, c. 1945, by Michel Sima (source)
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(image via jacquescormery; soundscaping)“Desire, desire, desire, how it sounds in jubilationThe dream can’t be sabotaged, it’ll sit tight…”— Anne Waldman, from “Science Times” in In the Room of Never Grieve
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Ernst Haas(image via firsttimeuser; see more here) “I saw the populous sea, saw dawn and dusk, saw the multitudes of America, saw a silvery spider-web at the center of a black pyramid, saw a broken labyrinth (it was London), saw endless eyes, all very close, studying themselves in me as though in a mirror, saw all the mirrors on the planet (and none of them reflecting me)…”— Jorge Luis Borges, from “The Aleph,” trans. Andrew Hurley