Welcome to the mirror that shoves past your skin, muscle and bone
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Remember all of those photo quotes about how you speak your mind, you're not a bitch/dick, just "honest"? If You don't care if I don't like what you say; then I will take the same respect.
Rare Khanda Sword
- Dated: 15th or 16th century
- Culture: Indian
- Place of Origin: probably South India
- Measurements: overall length: 32.25in (820mm). Blade length: 26.5in (670mm)
This is a very rare and very early Indian sword. It has an unusual Khanda style with a double edged blade, two wide fullers running the entire length, and a flared tip. There is an etched number of “1888” which is probably a museum or armoury number.
The sword is very ornate and has heavy blade straps with lovely cut and shaped edges, almost in a Gothic style. The straps join a Yonic shaped cup of two pieces, from which extends the grip, which is entirely punch-dot marked.
The pommel has been restored with a copper disc, it is likely that this is an old repair, and is common in these swords, since the original swords had fragile pommel discs sometimes fixed with wood, which would rot with age.
Source: Copyright © 2013 Akaal Arms
So I might get back into writing. I think my vocabulary has begun to suffer out of sheer withdrawal, and I feel certain aspects of my personality have simply gone dormant and need to awaken again.
Me and my Timmy. :)
Psht, me and my Wolf.
to my friends and family who deal with self-harm
Elke River (via corpses-symphony)
I saw the stars in your eyes,
The bluest skies
I longed to be the moon reflected in them.
How do you politely tell someone that you want them naked on top of you
*calls me cute*
*pulls hoodie drawstrings*
*scrunches into down comforter*
*blushes for ten minutes*
Blue all over this. ;x
I’m only going to say this—I will not answer any questions about it—but taking advantage of someone with psychological issues is the most-cowardly thing I have ever encountered. The actions committed in the absence of judgment define a person and the definition is certainly clear. If I see you, I will probably kill you.