great-lover-of-mankind:

Made this for an upcoming 8track that lemaleficeboiteux & I are working on. I couldn’t resist posting it. 
A Baz Luhrmann film about Romantic poets. Don’t pretend like you wouldn’t love it. 

great-lover-of-mankind:

Made this for an upcoming 8track that lemaleficeboiteux & I are working on. I couldn’t resist posting it. 

A Baz Luhrmann film about Romantic poets. Don’t pretend like you wouldn’t love it. 

(via me-taedet-huius-vitae-ii)

I am such a strange mélangé of good and evil that it would be difficult to describe me.
written by Lord Byron (via ciampi12)

(via allthingsromanticism)

sostrangechild:

"In Mary Shelley We Trust" - now available as prints, tote bags, pillows, and iphone cases over at Society6. Because the Queen of Science Fiction deserves it.

sostrangechild:

"In Mary Shelley We Trust" - now available as prints, tote bags, pillows, and iphone cases over at Society6. Because the Queen of Science Fiction deserves it.

(via marygodwinning)

Poetry defeats the curse which binds us to be subjected to the accident of surrounding impressions
written by Percy Shelley

I’m sorry I am slacking on posts (even if most of my posts are just reblogs shh).
I wish the best of luck to everyone who is entering exam period, or frantically writing final essays for school, or anyone whose work is picking up because of Easter, and anyone who is just generally having a tough time lately.

I am certain of nothing but the holiness of the heart’s affections, and the truth of imagination.
written by John Keats [x] (via tedywestside)

(via allthingsromanticism)

kitmillsdraws:

Throwback Thursday: Byronic Edition (circa spring 2010, Florence)
I REGRET NOTHING.

kitmillsdraws:

Throwback Thursday: Byronic Edition (circa spring 2010, Florence)

I REGRET NOTHING.

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whereshshallwetravelnext:

The name of Lord Byron, English poet, etched into the pillar at the Temple of Poseidon at Sounion, thought to be from his first visit to Greece around 1810.
Personal photos 2013

whereshshallwetravelnext:

The name of Lord Byron, English poet, etched into the pillar at the Temple of Poseidon at Sounion, thought to be from his first visit to Greece around 1810.

Personal photos 2013