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La noche del corazón cristalino

Mi corazón se me anda queriendo salir del pecho para ir corriendo a cenar contigo, a acostarme a tu lado, a acariciarte el rostro, a escucharte hablar, escucharte quejar de algo, escuchar lo que comiste y desayunaste, escuchar burlarte ingeniosamente de cualquier cosa ridícula y contarme como te fue en tu día (hasta el mínimo detalle, como sueles hacerlo) mientras ves el resultado de tu investigación fugaz en Google del momento, y resuelves tu cubo (nunca me deja de asombrar tu capacidad multitask). Mientras yo, recostada en tu cama, te doy la razón a todo, sin ponerte tanta atención, pues estoy más ocupada en contemplar lo bella que eres, lo maravillosa que me pareces. Estoy más concentrada en el asombro que me surge al descubrirme más cómoda con este sentimiento de vulnerabilidad que me brota al estar a tu lado, y a lo cautivada que me tienes (así, sin control). Y trato de no demostrarlo, de no tener cara de niña/inocente/bobalicona/enamorada. 

Esta noche no entiendo porqué tenía que ser así, porqué mi mente tiene una capacidad tan pobre de entendimiento. Y lloro por lo que no puedo comprender aún de ti, por la probabilidad de que pudo haber sido distinto. Lloro porqué me duele que mi corazón se jale tanto hacia esos recuerdos, aunque ya le dije que no lo haga. Y me hace ver fotos de ti, asegurándome que nada pasará, y sin aviso comienza a retorcerse dentro de mi pecho. Para calmar el dolor corro a buscar todo lo que me separaba de ti…y no encuentro nada. Y la desesperación llega, las lagrimas brotan sin control. Ya no puedo ocultarme que te extraño, te extraño tanto. 

Esta noche no recuerdo más que las otras noches aparentemente ordinarias a tu lado. En este momento quisiera regresar el tiempo, y estar contigo en una de esas muchas noches, solo una, solo una hora, solo el momento de antes de dormir, dónde una se levantaba a apagar el monitor después de ver la serie del mes. Y era el momento de abrazarte por la espalda sutilmente, como una envoltura. Y no te tenía que decir “Te amo”, porque se sentía en el abrazo que te daba, en la manera que me envolvía a tu cuerpo. Y no tenías que decir “Yo también” porqué lo sentía en la manera que me dejabas abrazar tu silueta, y ponías tu mano sobre mi abrazo. Y un suspiro sincronizado terminaba con el día. Y nada pasaba por mi cabeza, solo sentía…plenitud.

¿Porqué tenía que terminar?

¿Porqué el dolor es tan inminente pase lo que pase?

littlelimpstiff14u2:

The Disturbing Realism of Till Rabus
Till Rabus
Art · May 24, 2013
In addition to his penchant for realism, Swiss artist Till Rabus has a keen eye for arranging inanimate objects in provoking ways. The artist combines these two skills in his strange still lifes, where ordinary, discarded objects are found in mysterious compositions that play with symmetry and saturated colors. Rabus eradicates any signs of human presence in his paintings, as if these objects ended up in these orderly arrangements out of their own free will. Yet these are objects left behind from human consumption, inviting a dialogue about the wastefulness of consumer culture. In his latest work, the artist investigates the human figure, creating structures from writhing body parts.  Txt Ignant ( NSFW )
littlelimpstiff14u2:

The Disturbing Realism of Till Rabus
Till Rabus
Art · May 24, 2013
In addition to his penchant for realism, Swiss artist Till Rabus has a keen eye for arranging inanimate objects in provoking ways. The artist combines these two skills in his strange still lifes, where ordinary, discarded objects are found in mysterious compositions that play with symmetry and saturated colors. Rabus eradicates any signs of human presence in his paintings, as if these objects ended up in these orderly arrangements out of their own free will. Yet these are objects left behind from human consumption, inviting a dialogue about the wastefulness of consumer culture. In his latest work, the artist investigates the human figure, creating structures from writhing body parts.  Txt Ignant ( NSFW )
littlelimpstiff14u2:

The Disturbing Realism of Till Rabus
Till Rabus
Art · May 24, 2013
In addition to his penchant for realism, Swiss artist Till Rabus has a keen eye for arranging inanimate objects in provoking ways. The artist combines these two skills in his strange still lifes, where ordinary, discarded objects are found in mysterious compositions that play with symmetry and saturated colors. Rabus eradicates any signs of human presence in his paintings, as if these objects ended up in these orderly arrangements out of their own free will. Yet these are objects left behind from human consumption, inviting a dialogue about the wastefulness of consumer culture. In his latest work, the artist investigates the human figure, creating structures from writhing body parts.  Txt Ignant ( NSFW )
littlelimpstiff14u2:

The Disturbing Realism of Till Rabus
Till Rabus
Art · May 24, 2013
In addition to his penchant for realism, Swiss artist Till Rabus has a keen eye for arranging inanimate objects in provoking ways. The artist combines these two skills in his strange still lifes, where ordinary, discarded objects are found in mysterious compositions that play with symmetry and saturated colors. Rabus eradicates any signs of human presence in his paintings, as if these objects ended up in these orderly arrangements out of their own free will. Yet these are objects left behind from human consumption, inviting a dialogue about the wastefulness of consumer culture. In his latest work, the artist investigates the human figure, creating structures from writhing body parts.  Txt Ignant ( NSFW )
littlelimpstiff14u2:

The Disturbing Realism of Till Rabus
Till Rabus
Art · May 24, 2013
In addition to his penchant for realism, Swiss artist Till Rabus has a keen eye for arranging inanimate objects in provoking ways. The artist combines these two skills in his strange still lifes, where ordinary, discarded objects are found in mysterious compositions that play with symmetry and saturated colors. Rabus eradicates any signs of human presence in his paintings, as if these objects ended up in these orderly arrangements out of their own free will. Yet these are objects left behind from human consumption, inviting a dialogue about the wastefulness of consumer culture. In his latest work, the artist investigates the human figure, creating structures from writhing body parts.  Txt Ignant ( NSFW )
littlelimpstiff14u2:

The Disturbing Realism of Till Rabus
Till Rabus
Art · May 24, 2013
In addition to his penchant for realism, Swiss artist Till Rabus has a keen eye for arranging inanimate objects in provoking ways. The artist combines these two skills in his strange still lifes, where ordinary, discarded objects are found in mysterious compositions that play with symmetry and saturated colors. Rabus eradicates any signs of human presence in his paintings, as if these objects ended up in these orderly arrangements out of their own free will. Yet these are objects left behind from human consumption, inviting a dialogue about the wastefulness of consumer culture. In his latest work, the artist investigates the human figure, creating structures from writhing body parts.  Txt Ignant ( NSFW )
littlelimpstiff14u2:

The Disturbing Realism of Till Rabus
Till Rabus
Art · May 24, 2013
In addition to his penchant for realism, Swiss artist Till Rabus has a keen eye for arranging inanimate objects in provoking ways. The artist combines these two skills in his strange still lifes, where ordinary, discarded objects are found in mysterious compositions that play with symmetry and saturated colors. Rabus eradicates any signs of human presence in his paintings, as if these objects ended up in these orderly arrangements out of their own free will. Yet these are objects left behind from human consumption, inviting a dialogue about the wastefulness of consumer culture. In his latest work, the artist investigates the human figure, creating structures from writhing body parts.  Txt Ignant ( NSFW )
littlelimpstiff14u2:

The Disturbing Realism of Till Rabus
Till Rabus
Art · May 24, 2013
In addition to his penchant for realism, Swiss artist Till Rabus has a keen eye for arranging inanimate objects in provoking ways. The artist combines these two skills in his strange still lifes, where ordinary, discarded objects are found in mysterious compositions that play with symmetry and saturated colors. Rabus eradicates any signs of human presence in his paintings, as if these objects ended up in these orderly arrangements out of their own free will. Yet these are objects left behind from human consumption, inviting a dialogue about the wastefulness of consumer culture. In his latest work, the artist investigates the human figure, creating structures from writhing body parts.  Txt Ignant ( NSFW )
littlelimpstiff14u2:

The Disturbing Realism of Till Rabus
Till Rabus
Art · May 24, 2013
In addition to his penchant for realism, Swiss artist Till Rabus has a keen eye for arranging inanimate objects in provoking ways. The artist combines these two skills in his strange still lifes, where ordinary, discarded objects are found in mysterious compositions that play with symmetry and saturated colors. Rabus eradicates any signs of human presence in his paintings, as if these objects ended up in these orderly arrangements out of their own free will. Yet these are objects left behind from human consumption, inviting a dialogue about the wastefulness of consumer culture. In his latest work, the artist investigates the human figure, creating structures from writhing body parts.  Txt Ignant ( NSFW )
littlelimpstiff14u2:

The Disturbing Realism of Till Rabus
Till Rabus
Art · May 24, 2013
In addition to his penchant for realism, Swiss artist Till Rabus has a keen eye for arranging inanimate objects in provoking ways. The artist combines these two skills in his strange still lifes, where ordinary, discarded objects are found in mysterious compositions that play with symmetry and saturated colors. Rabus eradicates any signs of human presence in his paintings, as if these objects ended up in these orderly arrangements out of their own free will. Yet these are objects left behind from human consumption, inviting a dialogue about the wastefulness of consumer culture. In his latest work, the artist investigates the human figure, creating structures from writhing body parts.  Txt Ignant ( NSFW )

littlelimpstiff14u2:

The Disturbing Realism of Till Rabus

Till Rabus

In addition to his penchant for realism, Swiss artist Till Rabus has a keen eye for arranging inanimate objects in provoking ways. The artist combines these two skills in his strange still lifes, where ordinary, discarded objects are found in mysterious compositions that play with symmetry and saturated colors. Rabus eradicates any signs of human presence in his paintings, as if these objects ended up in these orderly arrangements out of their own free will. Yet these are objects left behind from human consumption, inviting a dialogue about the wastefulness of consumer culture. In his latest work, the artist investigates the human figure, creating structures from writhing body parts.  Txt Ignant ( NSFW )

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The memories don’t exist now

The memories don’t exist now

heathers-rivera:

puppy is understandably confused about everything in life 


 <3 <3 <3 <3 traiganmelo para abrazarlo y estar confundidos juntos  heathers-rivera:

puppy is understandably confused about everything in life 


 <3 <3 <3 <3 traiganmelo para abrazarlo y estar confundidos juntos  heathers-rivera:

puppy is understandably confused about everything in life 


 <3 <3 <3 <3 traiganmelo para abrazarlo y estar confundidos juntos  heathers-rivera:

puppy is understandably confused about everything in life 


 <3 <3 <3 <3 traiganmelo para abrazarlo y estar confundidos juntos 

heathers-rivera:

puppy is understandably confused about everything in life 

 <3 <3 <3 <3 traiganmelo para abrazarlo y estar confundidos juntos 

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kindofalone:

i was sad so i drew on my wall bc i’m 12

-_-

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vimeo:

What were once street lights lights become a highway to another dimension.
Watch.
vimeo:

What were once street lights lights become a highway to another dimension.
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vimeo:

What were once street lights lights become a highway to another dimension.
Watch.
vimeo:

What were once street lights lights become a highway to another dimension.
Watch.
vimeo:

What were once street lights lights become a highway to another dimension.
Watch.
vimeo:

What were once street lights lights become a highway to another dimension.
Watch.

vimeo:

What were once street lights lights become a highway to another dimension.

Watch.

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it makes sense somehow 

it makes sense somehow 

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