Thoughts. Ponderings. Other Noiceties

I wrote this about a girl looking at socks

the undefinable charm

of one’s eyes so lost in darn

A wonder unprofound, but 

still so curious in what was once gone

but here again

For you

The girl I long to hold

Whose panicked nights

leave me to be bold

And act as though I know

My reassuring grasp only tender

Really, I am no wiser

And perhaps more panicked than you

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mth:

WINDING TOWER - Desk

Design by: Mieke Meijer

watch out, am I right?

watch out, am I right?

yourstyleiscool:

1971 Blue Box House | Designed: Mayumi Miyawaki | Tokyo, Japan
The Japanese architect, Mayumi Miyawaki, inherited a great skill in drawing from his father, Kazuo Miyawaki, and his mother, both of whom were artists, and he studied first at Tokyo National University of Fine Arts and Music (BA, 1959); he then specialized in urban design at the University of Tokyo (Master of Technology, 1961). In the late 1960s and early 1970s he conducted scholarly studies of historic Japanese villages. In 1966 he began his career with the design of a house called Chalet Moby Dick, Yamanashi, which incorporated characteristics of both Shinto and Buddhist architecture on the outside, with a cavelike interior. In 1971 he formed the avant-garde group ARCHITEXT with four other architects, but no common design philosophy was promoted.

yourstyleiscool:

1971 Blue Box House | Designed: Mayumi Miyawaki | Tokyo, Japan

The Japanese architect, Mayumi Miyawaki, inherited a great skill in drawing from his father, Kazuo Miyawaki, and his mother, both of whom were artists, and he studied first at Tokyo National University of Fine Arts and Music (BA, 1959); he then specialized in urban design at the University of Tokyo (Master of Technology, 1961). In the late 1960s and early 1970s he conducted scholarly studies of historic Japanese villages. In 1966 he began his career with the design of a house called Chalet Moby Dick, Yamanashi, which incorporated characteristics of both Shinto and Buddhist architecture on the outside, with a cavelike interior. In 1971 he formed the avant-garde group ARCHITEXT with four other architects, but no common design philosophy was promoted.

when i drink

I feel so blue

The letters are sighing
The ink is still drying
I told you the truth
And now i sigh too

― Broadcast- Tears in the typing pool