(nous autres, les minuscules...)

21st September 2014

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Les tigres

“Tyger, tyger burning bright…“

Tu ne peux t’empêcher d’imaginer des tigres dans le jardin, dès que le soir descend.

Ils arrivent silencieusement, au moment où tu t’installes sur les marches, un livre à la main. Les réverbères s’allument peu à peu dans un bourdonnement d’abeille et font descendre leurs ombres silencieuses sur les lilas, le banc délabré et le monde tout entier. La nuit monte comme une fumée et à un moment, tu ne sais jamais quand, vraiment, ils sont arrivés.

Passés par-dessous la barrière ou peut-être par-dessus les toits, ils marchent d’un pas lent et tu entends le son mat un peu étouffé de leur pattes sur le sol cimenté. Ils vont lourdement, humant l’air du soir et les fleurs trempées, pesant de souvenirs obscurs et de rêves éveillés.

Tu siffles très doucement pour les voir se retourner et t’observer. Un long moment s’écoule ainsi, qui s’efface sans faire de bruit.

Et tu entend clairement enfin, sous la rumeur de la cité, ce murmure doux et sans âge de toutes sortes de choses sauvages refusant de s’acclimater.

13th September 2014

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Relevés

« Rien de tout cela n’eût été supportable —, et souvent il nous est arrivé d’échouer, — mais nous nous sommes relevés… » — Alcée, Fragments.

15th August 2014

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humansofnewyork:

"What happened to your arm?""I was walking down the stairs and looking at the stars."(Amman, Jordan)

humansofnewyork:

"What happened to your arm?"
"I was walking down the stairs and looking at the stars."
(Amman, Jordan)

7th July 2014

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If you’re happy in a dream…does that count? The happiness–does it count?

Arundhati Roy, The God of Small Things

(via hush-syrup)

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19th April 2014

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elisebrown:

Water World

The effects of climate change rising sea levels and sea surface temperatures which result in greater instances of low pressures in the Bay of Bengal have made vulnerable the lives and livelihoods not only of people of coastal area but also great threatens to city like Chittagong and Khulna, two major ports and business cities of Bangladesh.

Jashim Salam

Whispering shadows out there.

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19th April 2014

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A bouquet of clumsy words: you know that place between sleep and awake where you’re still dreaming but it’s slowly slipping? I wish we could feel like that more often. I also wish I could click my fingers three times and be transported to anywhere I like. I wish that people didn’t always say ‘just wondering’ when you both know there was a real reason behind them asking. And I wish I could get lost in the stars.

Listen, there’s a hell of a good universe next door, let’s go.

— E.E. Cummings (via wordsthat-speak)

Écoute.

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6th April 2014

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It is quite possible to leave your home for a walk in the early morning air and return a different person – beguiled, enchanted.
— Mary Ellen Chase (via sorakeem)

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25th March 2014

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I still have a photograph on the Mantelpiece.... →

brushstrokesandshutterclicks:

Today, we walked into the village with Hector dog. If you have a dog, people talk to you, and I still find it a pleasant surprise as I am afflicted with the desire to talk to complete strangers *all the time*, to the dismay of Matt sometimes, and am usually the one to instigate such conversations….

Les histoires minuscules.

8th March 2014

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Mais, tu sais bien, rien n’est plus beau
que de ne vivre qu’à moitié
en suivant l’immense chemin
qui passe entre plusieurs mondes.
— André Dhôtel, la Vie passagère, Phebus.

11th January 2014

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brushstrokesandshutterclicks:

Japanese designer and architect Yusuke Oono creates these amazing 360° visual narratives by cutting layers of scenes into the pages of books.

Nous autres, les minuscules.

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