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hollaywood:

rydellrelics:

vinylespassion:

Philips, 1966.

Studio One!

ZONDAGS

Socrates, 1982.
"i salt and pepper my mango"

“In Sri Lanka, Mexico and the Caribbean they put salt and pepper on green mangos. When it’s warm, they put chili peppers and salt. It’s amazing. I used to eat them on the way to school in Sri Lanka. The other meaning would be that I present an alternative to what already exists in your everyday stereotypical convention.”

M.I.A.

(Source: miatranslations, via mohenjo-daro)

andsotobegin:

Good poem. From the New Yorker.
aloo-97:

Hermosas manos.
pois é.
"

& i wont be sorry for none of it

i loved you on purpose
i was open on purpose
i still crave vulnerability & close talk
& i’m not even sorry bout you bein sorry
you can carry all the guilt & grime ya wanna
just dont give it to me

"
Ntozake Shange, from “Sorry” (from for colored girls who have considered suicide/when the rainbow is enuf, a choreopoem)

(Source: oofpoetry)

ciclo-circulo:

I brought you flours.

:~~
la-beaute—de-pandore:

Gilles Barez