In the mind of a Dancing Poet

“You can be the ripest, juiciest peach in the world,
and there’s still going to be someone who hates peaches.”
— Dita von Teese 
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This is super crazy, but I love it

This is super crazy, but I love it

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langleav:

More poetry and prose by Lang Leav here


I love this qoute

langleav:

More poetry and prose by Lang Leav here

I love this qoute

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lovequotesrus:

EVERYTHING LOVE

Word…that’s the motto

lovequotesrus:

EVERYTHING LOVE

Word…that’s the motto

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teachersworldwide:

28.5 million children in conflict-affected zones are unable to go to school. These children now make up 50% of those denied an education, up from 42% in 2008.
A school is supposed to be a safe place for children to learn. It is difficult to imagine that children would be forced to run away from school for fear of attack, much less callously targeted, but this is exactly what happened to Sita, a 12-year-old Malian, and Motasem, a 16-year-old Syrian, whose education was uprooted by fighting. Sita now lives in a makeshift camp for internally displaced people in Sevaré, central Mali, while Motasem is a refugee in Lebanon. They do not know whether they can ever return to school. (via Children still battling to go to school | World Education Blog)


Let’s make a global effort to change this! No one should be denied education like this!

teachersworldwide:

28.5 million children in conflict-affected zones are unable to go to school. These children now make up 50% of those denied an education, up from 42% in 2008.

A school is supposed to be a safe place for children to learn. It is difficult to imagine that children would be forced to run away from school for fear of attack, much less callously targeted, but this is exactly what happened to Sita, a 12-year-old Malian, and Motasem, a 16-year-old Syrian, whose education was uprooted by fighting. Sita now lives in a makeshift camp for internally displaced people in Sevaré, central Mali, while Motasem is a refugee in Lebanon. They do not know whether they can ever return to school. (via Children still battling to go to school | World Education Blog)

Let’s make a global effort to change this! No one should be denied education like this!

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world-shaker:

markct:

typette:

I promised I wouldn’t reblog things like this anymore but

man, now that people know protesting does nothing and voting is gerrymandered, there really isn’t much stopping these crazy things like this or the abortion bill from happening anymore.

I’m sorry, Americans, that those who understand how wrong this is, have to deal with watching this happen beside you. We understand that there is very little more to be done to fight that people aren’t currently doing. Keep trying… things have changed in the past….

Absolutely ridiculous.

She was prosecuted by the same guy who failed to get a conviction on Zimmerman.

Fun fact.

Speaks for itself

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littlebitgeeky:

Exploding #TARDIS #miniature #painting #DoctorWho #polymerclay #handmade #etsy


Doctor who really inspired me to love life and explore the world!

littlebitgeeky:

Exploding #TARDIS #miniature #painting #DoctorWho #polymerclay #handmade #etsy

Doctor who really inspired me to love life and explore the world!

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mydraco:

We Love Harry Potter - Long Live the Butterbeer

I need butter beer!!!

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nicholasvd:

(:

This is my life :)

nicholasvd:

(:

This is my life :)

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After paying more attention to his lyrics I really understand more of what he tried to create in terms of awareness

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