Asako Narahashi - Half Awake and Half Asleep in the Water (2008)
Sofia Vergara for Vogue April, 2013
Hi, tag. Anyone remember me or? If not im just going to leave again lol omg
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Jessica Chastain for Vanity Fair (April 2013)
I was a boy playing a girl playing a boy. I had to wear a whalebone corset. To this day, when actresses on set start whining to me about the pain of their corsets, I say, ‘I’ve been there. It’s not that bad.’
I suppose I should have said this earlier, and apologies for not doing so, but I take my time doing reviews. I originally just wanted to be a personal writing/inspiration blog but I wanted to write up some reviews as well.
Because of this, reviews are not my main priority. So if you requested for a review, there will be a big chance that I won’t start writing it up until I have free time.
Once upon a time, there were three siblings.
The eldest, a son, was a saint. The holy fire lit him from within, burned him to an ashen shell. He wandered across ice, through water, his twisted and scorched feet barely touching the ground, trailing steam. Where he walked, the world emptied of color, and his grey-eyed followers went on behind him.
The second child, a daughter, was a martyr. For God, she wound her legs with barbed wire and walked the earth, filled and vacated by the wind, eyes burned unseeing blue. Where she bled, the ground grew green and fertile. Her bones were picked apart by birds, and a cathedral built over them.
The youngest child was a writer. She wore Doc Martins and wandered around in an omnipresent haze of cigarette smoke. She liked vodka, words like quaintrelle and metanoia, Russian novels. At night, she stood on her balcony and screamed obscenities to a God she did not believe in.
(God came to her in the grey dawnlight, whispered, we do not buy our own innocence. She did not remember it, upon waking.)
This is the best sort of Tumblr fable.;)