Martine Bosch

Thu, 12 Jan 2017 08:48:16 +0000

“… Earth does such things to itself: furrowing, cracking apart, bursting into flame. It rips openings in itself, which it struggles (or not) to skin over. The moon doesn’t care about its own craters and bruises. Only we can regret the perishing of the burned place. Only we could call it a wound.” — MARGARET ATWOOD, FROM ‘A FIRE PLACE’, MORNING IN THE BURNED HOUSE

    In Roman mythology, Dea Tacita ("the Silent (or Mute) Goddess") was a Goddess of the Dead. In later times, She was equated with the Naiad Larunda. In this guise, Dea Tacita was worshipped at a festival called Larentalia on December 23. Goddesses Mutae Tacitae (Mute Goddesses) were invoked to destroy a hated person. These silent Goddesses are the personification of the terror of obscurity--- Fear - Vogue.it

    Lost in the Darkness by NataliaDrepina.deviantart.com on @DeviantArt

    Fantasy | Magical | Fairytale | Surreal | Enchanting | Mystical | Myths | Legends | Stories | Dreams | Adventures | Natalia Drepina - Crowned in the Fall

    Dark one (Mask by Linda Bergkvist)

    kintsugi - When things crack and break, it is repaired with gold, making the object more valuable than it was originally. What was at first thought as unworthy or unwanted is now precious.

    reptilectric

    Grief by Maquenda on DeviantArt

    Let this war be done by the players' blood

    hands / blood / etc

    "I've destroyed worlds for you, why would I stop now? Now, when you're so close to the end?" | The Deceiver - the fallen god of discord and lies

    Just because he's not on the receiving end of the blade doesn't mean it's not hurting him.