Amans Lux

thesmallgods:

The End of the Road - by Nicolas DelortInk on claybord - 11*15”A cover for “The End of the Road”, this year’s anthology by Jonathan Oliver over at Solaris.
Read more about it on the Solaris websiteAlso, more info and close-ups on my blogFollow me on twitter @NJAtom !

thesmallgods:

The End of the Road - by Nicolas Delort
Ink on claybord - 11*15”

A cover for “The End of the Road”, this year’s anthology by Jonathan Oliver over at Solaris.

Read more about it on the Solaris website

Also, more info and close-ups on my blog

Follow me on twitter @NJAtom !

(via ellaphint)

sandandglass:

Jason Jones talks to Gina Loudon, conservative analyst. 

Listen, smith of the heavens,

what the poet asks.

May softly come unto me thy mercy.

So I call on thee,for thou hast created me.I am thy slave,

thou art my Lord.

God, I call on thee to heal me.

Remember me, mild one, (or mild king. This is a pun on the word mildingur).

Most we need thee.

Drive out, O king of suns,generous and great,every human sorrow from the city of the heart.

Watch over me, mild one,

Most we need thee,truly every moment in the world of men.

send us, son of the virgin,

good causes,

all aid is from thee,

in my heart.

Stories you read when you’re the right age never quite leave you. You may forget who wrote them or what the story was called. Sometimes you’ll forget precisely what happened, but if a story touches you it will stay with you, haunting the places in your mind that you rarely ever visit.

—Neil Gaiman, M is for Magic (via letusbeinfinite)

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