「Naowaltz★ディーノ」
"Me daba cuenta que eran unos pobres diablos, tan desgraciados y confundidos como yo mismo."
Bukowski Charles / Se busca una mujer / Política  (fragmento)
"When I love you,
I really fucking love you.
There are no in betweens.
I don’t know what grey is.
My love is black and white."

(My love is true)

black and white love

(via ellende)

"Me gusta la gente que sin motivos te busca, que sin mirarte te quiere y sin ataduras se queda"
tamazo2:

NEXT21 (大阪ガスの実験集合住宅) (1993年)
大阪市天王寺区清水谷
2014

tamazo2:

NEXT21 (大阪ガスの実験集合住宅) (1993年)

大阪市天王寺区清水谷

2014

People who ships Eichorst and Setrakian makes me happy. 

It makes me feel I’m not alone or crazy hahahaha.
I think there’s a lot of sexual tension between them, and I find Eichorst very interesting, I want to know more about him, he reminds me of Hannibal, by his nature, his manners..
A thought that came to my mind is that people who ships the Hannibal x Will is going to like the EichorstxSetrakian, is the same kind of love; obsessive, twisted and sick, but it attracts for the intensity with which it could be. And Setrakian was so beautiful when he was young, with those big blue eyes. Ah! and the scene where Eichorst was drunk and unzips his pants is so asdfghjk, i don’t know if it’s fanservice hahah, but many things could have happened in that moment lol, Eichorst got too close to Setrakian.

dasomjr:

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dasomjr:

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”Please… Come with me”

"Everything interests me, but nothing holds me."
Fernando Pessoa, The Book of Disquiet (via diplopias)
"What I find fascinating is how love is considered a gift, a blessing, with no acceptance to the fact that it also binds and chokes and strangles."
Thomas Eichhorst (via for-services-rendered)
Reblog if you ship Abraham/Eichorst
Things People Aren't Talking About with The Strain, Part 1

for-services-rendered:

So, I understand that The Master was a big thing for this episode (whether you like him or not, he was everyone’s sole focus today). However, there were a few things that stuck out to me, both may seem inconsequential, but I liked them. So, here’s the first thing:

Abraham and Eichhorst. I knew…