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Love is a dream we get to live.

Love is a dream we get to live.

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jordym20:

Well, ain’t that the truth?

jordym20:

Well, ain’t that the truth?

mercurialways:

Holy hell, this 15-minute legs & butt workout is making me sweat like no other. I can barely stand up after doing it. It’s so good though! My legs are so weak; they tremble so much when I’m doing arabesque or grand battement lol

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Walt Whitman (May 31st, 1819 - March 26th, 1892)
"I no doubt deserved my enemies, but I don’t believe I deserved my friends."
Walt Whitman was an American poet, essayist and journalist who is largely credited with being one of the most influential American writers of all time. His highly controversial works helped bridge the gap between transcendentalism and realism, and was often described as obscene by critics at the time.
His work was hugely influenced by his early life in Long Island and his time volunteering as a nurse during the American Civil War. Whitman’s major work, Leaves of Grass, was published in 1855 with his own money, and he revised it and expanded constantly until his death in 1892. As his health declined, he published what is known as the “deathbed edition” of Leaves of Grass, which he described as 33 years in the making. He died less than a year later as a result of bronchial pneumonia. 

dailyhistoricalpost:

Walt Whitman (May 31st, 1819 - March 26th, 1892)

"I no doubt deserved my enemies, but I don’t believe I deserved my friends."

Walt Whitman was an American poet, essayist and journalist who is largely credited with being one of the most influential American writers of all time. His highly controversial works helped bridge the gap between transcendentalism and realism, and was often described as obscene by critics at the time.

His work was hugely influenced by his early life in Long Island and his time volunteering as a nurse during the American Civil War. Whitman’s major work, Leaves of Grass, was published in 1855 with his own money, and he revised it and expanded constantly until his death in 1892. As his health declined, he published what is known as the “deathbed edition” of Leaves of Grass, which he described as 33 years in the making. He died less than a year later as a result of bronchial pneumonia. 

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blissai:

Birthday! 😍

want

flahwless:

blissai:

Birthday! 😍

want

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bloomila:

♡ rosy, rosy, rosy ♡


got some rosy if ya want ✰

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bloomila:

♡ rosy, rosy, rosy ♡

got some rosy if ya want ✰

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thisisbainz:

quiet life.

thisisbainz:

quiet life.

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