Consolation of the Imaginary
is not imaginary consolation

© everlark



Deleted scene (from my headcanon)



embelish:

those ungrateful bitches



vh1:

Same.



cathswillows:

Get To Know Me Meme → [2/5] More favorite characters → Penelope Garcia

He who seeks the “Queen of All Knowledge,” speak and be recognized.”



passthecocaine:

we wish you a merry christmas

we wish you a merry christmas

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and a happy new year


#tumblr in a single screenshot

itschiling:

Seriously?

- Be all my sins be remember’d | Stargate Atlantis | s04e11



hanari-502:

kittygirlhazel:

gehayi:

imafuckingshadowhunter:

omfg

It gets more tragic. Powdered root of asphodel and infusion of wormwood are ingredients in a sleeping potion called the Draught of Living Death, which condemns the drinker to a death-like slumber indefinitely. So not only is Snape saying, “I bitterly regret Lily’s death,” he’s also saying that his bitterness and regrets are ingredients in his own living death.  Since Lily’s death, he has been sleepwalking through life; he does not expect to ever again be wholly alive.

Also, in Greek myth one of the possible afterlifes was the Fields of Asphodel, the resting place of “the souls and phantoms of those whose work is done”, sometimes linked to Elysium. So he’s talking about the afterlife, too. Also, asphodel has been said to be able to allow you to see the spirits of the dead. And in the Bible, the star Wormwood was cast down in Revelation and made all the waters of the Earth bitter.
So, Snape bitterly regrets Lily’s death, her loss makes him feel as if he is no longer truly living, he longs to see her again in the afterlife, and her loss was like the end of the world to him.

FUCK THIS WEBSITE

hanari-502:

kittygirlhazel:

gehayi:

imafuckingshadowhunter:

omfg

It gets more tragic. Powdered root of asphodel and infusion of wormwood are ingredients in a sleeping potion called the Draught of Living Death, which condemns the drinker to a death-like slumber indefinitely. So not only is Snape saying, “I bitterly regret Lily’s death,” he’s also saying that his bitterness and regrets are ingredients in his own living death.  Since Lily’s death, he has been sleepwalking through life; he does not expect to ever again be wholly alive.

Also, in Greek myth one of the possible afterlifes was the Fields of Asphodel, the resting place of “the souls and phantoms of those whose work is done”, sometimes linked to Elysium. So he’s talking about the afterlife, too. Also, asphodel has been said to be able to allow you to see the spirits of the dead. And in the Bible, the star Wormwood was cast down in Revelation and made all the waters of the Earth bitter.

So, Snape bitterly regrets Lily’s death, her loss makes him feel as if he is no longer truly living, he longs to see her again in the afterlife, and her loss was like the end of the world to him.

FUCK THIS WEBSITE



marlnou:

"It’s evening, and you look beautiful without your glasses"

marlnou:

"It’s evening, and you look beautiful without your glasses"





icefighter:

x



The sun will do you good James, you’re always in the shade. 





thirdstarkismyjam:

we-are-all-hobbits:

my top ten problems right now:

1- I am not at comic con

2- I cant go to comic con

3- I am unable to go to comic con

4- I dont have a chance to go to comic con

5- Comic con doesnt contain me

6- I am not at comic con

7- I AM NOT AT COMIC CON

8-  I AM NOT AT COMIC CON

9- I AM NOT AT COMIC CON

10- I AM NOT AT COMIC CON

(P.S: I cant go to comic con)

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torple:

on my grave, it will read “regretting all the ships that never sailed” and some people will think it’s poetic, but others will know