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A collection of untitled poetry by some of the world's greatest poets.

bookmare:

Whoever made this gif, thank you.

bookmare:

Whoever made this gif, thank you.

(Source: loudnessbomb)

shirtlesslion:

STORY IDEA: YOUR DOOR BELL RINGS AND ITS A PERSON FROM AN ALTERNATE UNIVERSE “I JUST WANT YOU TO KNOW THAT YOU ARE MY FAVORITE BOOK CHARACTER AND I KNOW HOW IT ENDS AND I WANNA CHANGE IT”

Love this.

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bookporn:

yafictionquotes:

Andrea Cremer, Nightshade

(of a girl, of a boy, of a woman or man… the relationship of a bibliophile with the favorite novel is always complex)

Yep.

bookporn:

yafictionquotes:

Andrea Cremer, Nightshade

(of a girl, of a boy, of a woman or man… the relationship of a bibliophile with the favorite novel is always complex)

Yep.

themeditatingpagan:

Tumnus & Tea by J. M. Richards on Flickr.


Yes please
jothelibrarian:

Pretty medieval manuscript of the day shows… well I’m not quite sure! Is the bishop blessing this chap’s behind? Or is he mocking the bishop? No idea, but it’s an excellent example of the drollery, a comic marginal illustration in a medieval book of hours.
Image source: Walters Museum MS W. 88. Creative Commons licensed via Flickr.

jothelibrarian:

Pretty medieval manuscript of the day shows… well I’m not quite sure! Is the bishop blessing this chap’s behind? Or is he mocking the bishop? No idea, but it’s an excellent example of the drollery, a comic marginal illustration in a medieval book of hours.

Image source: Walters Museum MS W. 88. Creative Commons licensed via Flickr.

My talented and whimsical coworker Sydney got all classical on these Greek dictionaries! At Books on View in Victoria, B.C., Canada

bittersweetdom:

nythroughthelens:

New York City - Snowstorm - Janus

these are fucking gold

Snow, I miss you!

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disminucion:

 Edinburgh 2010, Alex Dewars

disminucion:

Edinburgh 2010, Alex Dewars

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“The fact is that poetry is not the books in the library… Poetry is the encounter of the reader with the book, the discovery of the book.”

—   Jorge Luis Borges, Poetry (1977) (via bookporn, bookpornographist) (via ebookporn) (via teachingliteracy) (via who-wanted-to-know)