Escribir y Viajar

Escribir y Viajar Váyanse a la mierda, hola.

thededalusclub:

Portrait of a Man - Theo Van Doesburg

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thededalusclub:

Portrait of a Man - Theo Van Doesburg

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PAUL MARCUS FUOG

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"I don’t remember
lighting this cigarette
and I don’t remember
if I’m here alone
or waiting for someone"

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Leonard Cohen (via somepalechick)

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dreamdeath:

Stéphanie Béliveau

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nevver:

Love actually

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nevver:

Love actually

Love Will Tear Us Apart
Joy Division
Love Will Tear Us Apart

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aeterne:

Joy Division | Love Will Tear Us Apart

Emotions won’t grow and we’re changing our ways,
Love will tear us apart, again.

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"Amorcito 🌻"

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holi

beingsalvador:

Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man. (1962 - Mexico City)
#gabrielgarciamarquez #gabo
Mr.Garcia Marquez working in his Mexico City home in 1962. He erupted on the literary world stage with the 1967 appearance of ‘One Hundred Years of Solitude’. 
Over the next few decades, more than 20 million copies of the book were sold. He was considered the supreme exponent, if not the creator, of the literary genre known as magic realism, in which the miraculous and the real converge.

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beingsalvador:

Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man. (1962 - Mexico City)

#gabrielgarciamarquez #gabo

Mr.Garcia Marquez working in his Mexico City home in 1962. He erupted on the literary world stage with the 1967 appearance of ‘One Hundred Years of Solitude’.

Over the next few decades, more than 20 million copies of the book were sold. He was considered the supreme exponent, if not the creator, of the literary genre known as magic realism, in which the miraculous and the real converge.

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