this isn't happiness™ (Dan May), Peteski

this isn't happiness™ (Dan May), Peteski

DOUX [adjective] 1. gentle. 2. sweet. 3. soft. 4. mild. Etymology: French, from Old French dous, from Latin dulcis, “sweet”, from Proto-Indo-European *dḷkú- “sweet”. [Selenada - Red Maple]

DOUX [adjective] 1. gentle. 2. sweet. 3. soft. 4. mild. Etymology: French, from Old French dous, from Latin dulcis, “sweet”, from Proto-Indo-European *dḷkú- “sweet”. [Selenada - Red Maple]

Japanese contemporary art Forgetting the way home 帰り道を忘れて

Japanese contemporary art Forgetting the way home 帰り道を忘れて

Stephen Mackey:  Coven Of One

Stephen Mackey: Coven Of One

HALIDOM  [noun]  1. anything considered holy; a holy place or thing; a sacred or consecrated thing.  2. a sanctuary.  Etymology: Middle English, from Old English hāligdōm, from hālig (holy) + -dōm (suffix denoting state, condition, power, dominion, authority, property, right, office or quality).  [BreeAnn Veenstra - The Ceryneian Hind]

HALIDOM [noun] 1. anything considered holy; a holy place or thing; a sacred or consecrated thing. 2. a sanctuary. Etymology: Middle English, from Old English hāligdōm, from hālig (holy) + -dōm (suffix denoting state, condition, power, dominion, authority, property, right, office or quality). [BreeAnn Veenstra - The Ceryneian Hind]

GOSSAMER  [noun]  1. a fine, filmy cobweb seen on grass or bushes or floating in the air in calm weather; a piece of a spider’s web.  2. a thread or a web of this substance.  3. an extremely delicate variety of gauze, used especially for veils.  4. any thin, light fabric.  5. something extremely light, flimsy, or delicate.  [adjective]  6. sheer, light, delicate, or tenuous; of or like gossamer; thin and light.  Etymology: Middle English gosesomer.  [Kinuko Y. Craft]

GOSSAMER [noun] 1. a fine, filmy cobweb seen on grass or bushes or floating in the air in calm weather; a piece of a spider’s web. 2. a thread or a web of this substance. 3. an extremely delicate variety of gauze, used especially for veils. 4. any thin, light fabric. 5. something extremely light, flimsy, or delicate. [adjective] 6. sheer, light, delicate, or tenuous; of or like gossamer; thin and light. Etymology: Middle English gosesomer. [Kinuko Y. Craft]

RUSALKA  [noun]  Slavic mythology: (plural: rusalki or rusalky) a female ghost, water nymph, succubus, or mermaid-like demon that dwelt in a waterway. According to most traditions, the rusalki were fish-women, who lived at the bottom of rivers. In the middle of the night, they would walk out to the bank and dance in meadows. If they saw handsome men, they would fascinate them with songs and dancing, mesmerise them, then lead them away to the river floor to their death.  [Tobias Kwan]

RUSALKA [noun] Slavic mythology: (plural: rusalki or rusalky) a female ghost, water nymph, succubus, or mermaid-like demon that dwelt in a waterway. According to most traditions, the rusalki were fish-women, who lived at the bottom of rivers. In the middle of the night, they would walk out to the bank and dance in meadows. If they saw handsome men, they would fascinate them with songs and dancing, mesmerise them, then lead them away to the river floor to their death. [Tobias Kwan]

Clare Elsaesser painting

Clare Elsaesser painting

Umbrellas

Umbrellas

Illustration, painting

Illustration, painting

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