A guerra (polemos) é pai de todas as coisas, rei de tudo; de uns fez deuses, de outros homens; de uns, escravos, de outros, homens livres.
Heráclito de Éfeso (via ellenflagg)
 
Confident that she could see nothing of him, he stared back. He had certainly set his eyes on more voluptuous creatures, but something about her lack of glamour engaged him. Such women were in his experience often more entertaining company than beauties like Julia. They could be flattered or bullied into acts the beauties would never countenance and be grateful for attention. Perhaps she would come back, this woman. He hoped she would.
Clive Barker. The Hellbound Heart.
They had little in common. Julia the sweet, the beautiful, the winner of glances and kisses, and Kirsty, the girl with the pale handshake, whose eyes were only as bright as Julia’a before or after the tears. She had long ado decided that life was unfair. But why, when she’d accepted the bitter truth did circumstances insist on rubbing her face in it?
Clive Barker, The Hellbound Heart
Back To The House That Love Built

(Tito & Tarantula / Desperado soundtrack)

I know it’s raining baby
I’m stripped of all my pride
I stand here at your door
Sick of all the lies

Oh Let me come inside
I couldn’t see myself
The room was
Filled with signs
A strange woman kissed me
A tattoo in her eyes

Forget about the past
Forget about the guilt
I’m going back to the house that love built
That love built
the house that love built
the house that love built
the house that love built

I need to remember
What I came here for
Love or mercy keeps me at your door
Let me come inside

Forget about the past
Forget about the guilt
I’m going back to the house that love built
That Love built

Nowhere to go 
No way to tell
If I am nearer to heaven
Or one step closer to hell

Forget about the past
Forget about the guilt
I’m going back to the house that love built
That love built
the house that love built
the house that love built
the house that love built

nearlyvintage:

DESPERADO, Salma Hayek, Antonio Banderas,

nearlyvintage:

DESPERADO, Salma Hayek, Antonio Banderas,

nearlyvintage:

DESPERADO, Salma Hayek, Antonio Banderas, 1995

nearlyvintage:

DESPERADO, Salma Hayek, Antonio Banderas, 1995