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Simons 2013  I don't know you, but I want to have your babies because you're so sexy.

Patterned black suit, white dress shirt and silver diagonal-striped tie with white pocket square. I don't know what it is, skinny ties for the skinny guys?

The colors and textures in this picture are so very pleasing to my fairy-eye.  ~Charlotte (PixieWinksAndFairyWhispers)

Petunia ‘Black Velvet’ Black Velvet petunia was very hot last year, along with its striped cousins that came in varying widths of yellow stripes, but this year, watch for ‘Midnight Blue’, a deep velvety purple often shown paired with red or hot orange.

30 black angel trumpet datura seeds 870-gothic ~ beautiful gardens, smell great

30 black angel trumpet datura seeds 870-gothic ~ beautiful gardens, smell great

One of the best decisions ever made by Marvel was making Jack Kirby the writer/artist of the comic book adaption/continuation of 2001: a Space Odyssey. He was uniquely suited to the task, with a style of writing and drawing that was melodramatic and megalithic.

martinlkennedy: “The Stargate sequence from 2001 A Space Odyssey according to Jack Kirby. From the Marvel Treasury Special 2001 A Space Odyssey written and drawn by Jack Kirby.

Comic panel by Jack Kirby

Overlord, one of Granny Goodness destructive machines used to destroy Mister Miracle in Mister Miracle June Jack Kirby's creation

Hieronymus Bosch - The Garden of Earthly Delights: Hell, right wing of triptych, c.1500

Hieronymus Bosch - The Garden of Earthly Delights: Hell, right wing of triptych,

When the Morning Stars Sang Together - William Blake

William Blake The Book of Job When the Morning Stars Sang Together, , Pierpont Morgan Library, New York. Read more about the symbolism and interpretation of The Book of Job When the Morning Stars Sang Together by William Blake.

Wow, what a wild poem. I did not know such words would be considered poetry: A Poison Tree by William Blake #TheOriginals 1x06 - Fruit of the Poisoned Tree

Wow, what a wild poem. I did not know such words would be considered poetry: A Poison Tree by William Blake - Fruit of the Poisoned Tree

"Some are born to sweet delight some are born to endless night"  -William Blake

William Blake: some are born to sweet delight. Some are born to endless night.