“Sometimes we hold hands when we fuck

because we can be as rough as we want
with each other’s bodies

but me holding your hand is my way of reminding you

that I’m nothing but gentle with your heart.”
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Fantastic satire from the Onion. George W. Bush debuts new paintings of dogs, friends, and ghost of Iraqi child that follows him everywhere.
againstpower:

Fantastic satire from the Onion. George W. Bush debuts new paintings of dogs, friends, and ghost of Iraqi child that follows him everywhere.
againstpower:

Fantastic satire from the Onion. George W. Bush debuts new paintings of dogs, friends, and ghost of Iraqi child that follows him everywhere.
againstpower:

Fantastic satire from the Onion. George W. Bush debuts new paintings of dogs, friends, and ghost of Iraqi child that follows him everywhere.
againstpower:

Fantastic satire from the Onion. George W. Bush debuts new paintings of dogs, friends, and ghost of Iraqi child that follows him everywhere.
againstpower:

Fantastic satire from the Onion. George W. Bush debuts new paintings of dogs, friends, and ghost of Iraqi child that follows him everywhere.
againstpower:

Fantastic satire from the Onion. George W. Bush debuts new paintings of dogs, friends, and ghost of Iraqi child that follows him everywhere.
againstpower:

Fantastic satire from the Onion. George W. Bush debuts new paintings of dogs, friends, and ghost of Iraqi child that follows him everywhere.

againstpower:

Fantastic satire from the Onion. George W. Bush debuts new paintings of dogs, friends, and ghost of Iraqi child that follows him everywhere.

art-seen:

Alfons Mucha | Slovanská epopej (The Slav Epic) | 1910-1928
seen at Veletržní Palác, Prague

I visited Prague for a week when I was a much younger man. That I was unable to view The Slav Epic within the National Gallery is a great regret of mine. art-seen:

Alfons Mucha | Slovanská epopej (The Slav Epic) | 1910-1928
seen at Veletržní Palác, Prague

I visited Prague for a week when I was a much younger man. That I was unable to view The Slav Epic within the National Gallery is a great regret of mine. art-seen:

Alfons Mucha | Slovanská epopej (The Slav Epic) | 1910-1928
seen at Veletržní Palác, Prague

I visited Prague for a week when I was a much younger man. That I was unable to view The Slav Epic within the National Gallery is a great regret of mine. art-seen:

Alfons Mucha | Slovanská epopej (The Slav Epic) | 1910-1928
seen at Veletržní Palác, Prague

I visited Prague for a week when I was a much younger man. That I was unable to view The Slav Epic within the National Gallery is a great regret of mine. art-seen:

Alfons Mucha | Slovanská epopej (The Slav Epic) | 1910-1928
seen at Veletržní Palác, Prague

I visited Prague for a week when I was a much younger man. That I was unable to view The Slav Epic within the National Gallery is a great regret of mine.

art-seen:

Alfons MuchaSlovanská epopej (The Slav Epic) | 1910-1928

seen at Veletržní Palác, Prague

I visited Prague for a week when I was a much younger man. That I was unable to view The Slav Epic within the National Gallery is a great regret of mine.

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“Every man is called to give love to the work of his hands. Every man is called to be an artist.”
— Bringing it to the table (Wendell Berry)

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How Did Famous Creative People Spend Their Days?
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“It is better to offer no excuse than a bad one.”
— President George Washington. Advice given in a letter to his niece, Harriet Washington.