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MarianaMariana
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"I don’t give a shit what the world thinks. I was born a bitch, I was born a painter, I was born fucked. But I was happy in my way. You did not understand what I am. I am love. I am pleasure, I am essence, I am an idiot, I am an alcoholic, I am tenacious. I am; simply I am…You are a shit."
Frida Kahlo, from an unsent letter to Diego Rivera (via violentwavesofemotion)
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divalocity:

HARPER’S BAZAAR’S 2014 WOMEN WHO DARE: 
MO’NE DAVIS
The girl who’s a big-league baller.
Photos: Albert Watson
divalocity:

HARPER’S BAZAAR’S 2014 WOMEN WHO DARE: 
MO’NE DAVIS
The girl who’s a big-league baller.
Photos: Albert Watson
divalocity:

HARPER’S BAZAAR’S 2014 WOMEN WHO DARE: 
MO’NE DAVIS
The girl who’s a big-league baller.
Photos: Albert Watson
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Una carta de una Mariana a otra
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Bienvenidos Al Mundo Real
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lolazo-net:

Breaking the reality.
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Breaking the reality.
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Breaking the reality.
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Breaking the reality.
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Breaking the reality.
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Breaking the reality.
lolazo-net:

Breaking the reality.
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missredaholic:

THIS IS SO BEAUTIFUL
missredaholic:

THIS IS SO BEAUTIFUL
missredaholic:

THIS IS SO BEAUTIFUL
missredaholic:

THIS IS SO BEAUTIFUL
missredaholic:

THIS IS SO BEAUTIFUL
missredaholic:

THIS IS SO BEAUTIFUL
missredaholic:

THIS IS SO BEAUTIFUL
missredaholic:

THIS IS SO BEAUTIFUL
missredaholic:

THIS IS SO BEAUTIFUL
missredaholic:

THIS IS SO BEAUTIFUL
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"How stupid, he thought, we leave fingerprints on everything we touch, if I clean those off I’ll just leave others, the difference is that some are visible and others are not."
Jose Saramago, All the Names (via bhront)