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February 18 2017

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1. I watch, look at, gaze, stare. 

2. I notice, catch sight of.

Etymology: Latin cōnspiciō.

[Jean-Francois Painchaud - Self Portrait]

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also known as psychogenic pain - physical pain that is caused, increased, or prolonged by mental, emotional, or behavioural factors. Headaches, back pain, or stomach pain are some of the most common types of psychogenic pain. It may occur, rarely, in persons with a mental disorder, but more commonly it accompanies or is induced by social rejection, broken heart, grief, love sickness, or other such emotional events.

Etymology: from Greek psych-, ultimately derived from psukhḗ, “soul” + -algia, from algos, “pain”.

[Flóra Borsi]

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1. marked with spots or rounded patches. 


2. a patch or spot of colour or light. 

3. an animal with a dappled coat. 

Etymology: from Middle English, probably < Scandinavian; akin to Old Norse depill, “spot”.

[Marta G. Villena - Light Flowers]

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1. capable of being expended; to use up and discard.

2. (of an item of equipment or supply) consumed in use or not reusable.

3. considered to be not worth keeping or maintaining.

4. Military: (of personnel, equipment, or supplies) capable of being sacrificed in order to accomplish a military objective.


5. usually, expendables: an expendable person or thing.

Etymology: from late Middle English < Latin expendere, “to weigh out, lay out, pay”.

[John Holcroft]

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1. also, eristical: pertaining to controversy or disputation; controversial.


2. a person who engages in disputation; controversialist.

3. the art of disputation.

Etymology: from Greek eristikos, from erizein, “to wrangle”, from eris, “discord”.

[Sagittarius Gallery]

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1. barking; snarling. 

2. complaining. 

Etymology: from Latin lātrans, present participle of lātro, ‎“bark, bay”.

[Chun Lo - The Wolf]

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1. keeping silence; soothing or quieting.

2. soothing or calm, used especially of a style of ancient Greek music.

3. in relation to Hesychasm, an eremitic tradition of prayer in the Eastern Orthodox Church and Eastern Catholic Churches of Byzantine Rite by the Hesychast.

Etymology: Greek ἡσυχασμός, hesychasmos, from ἡσυχία, hesychia, “stillness, rest, quiet, silence”.

[SuperPhazed - Floral Bath 2]

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sharp-edged and pointed.

Etymology: from Latin cultrātus, from culter, “knife”.

[Casey Weldon]

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the state of being quiet; tranquillity; calmness; stillness; quiet.

Etymology: from French quiétude > mediaeval Latin quietudo, from Latin quietus, “quiet”.

[Līga Kļaviņa]

I love it when humans are soft. Just think about it; you know people when they are at their cruel and their competitive when their hearts are on fire and their minds as sharp as the edge of a blade.

And then you see them at 2am, their heads lolling on their shoulders, heavy eyelids, and soft-spoken words. Like I don’t know what I’m doing and
You’re so good to me.

Sometimes humans are too tired to be anything but honest. And catch them then, look at them when they’re just raw emotion and pure, unbridled magic.

Look at them when they see a beautiful photo or a poem, tagging their friends, hastily scribbled love notes in the form of This reminded me of you.
Shakespeare’s love sonnets have nothing on them.

And it takes my breath away because we are all struggling on this planet, working and exploring and trying - oh, we are trying so hard. But we still
have time to breathe out I love you and mean it.

Lana Rafaela (via wordsnquotes)
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Today was so decent had only two lessons and the rest of the day was spent lounging around in the sun on the school field making friends - now got to catch up on the work I should have done in my frees.

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Tattoo designs by Pis Saro  

Reposted byheartbreakwoes
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Julius Grimm (1842-1906)

In 1888, Julius Grimm used photography and telescope observation to create this intricately detailed and precise oil painting of the moon. In the night sky, the moon is always lit from behind you – so the shadows of the craters can never appear as they do in this painting. Grimm instead regarded the moon as if it were a still life, bathed in golden light emanating from the left side of the painting. 

“The picture should only be hung or positioned, that the light falls onto the picture from the side where the arrow is positioned, because otherwise, in the case of incorrect lighting, the effect could be completely lost.”

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juusohd x I saw this scene in my dream so I thought why not to create it and share it with you 🐉

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shadowy; shady.

Etymology: from Latin adumbrātus, “represented in outline”, from adumbrāre, “cast a shadow on”, from umbra, “shadow”.

[Leo Ch - Dryad of Night]

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