m-as-tu-vu:

The most beautiful part of a man’s body I think it must be there, where the torso sits on and, into the hips, those twin delineating curves, feminine in grace, girdling the trunk, guiding the eyes downwards to their intersection, the point of pleasure.
Duane Michals, 1986

m-as-tu-vu:

The most beautiful part of a man’s body I think it must be there, where the torso sits on and, into the hips, those twin delineating curves, feminine in grace, girdling the trunk, guiding the eyes downwards to their intersection, the point of pleasure.

Duane Michals, 1986

(Source: algoparapostear, via thedame)

Pearls and necklaces and girlsAnd all the pretty thingsI ain’t seeking to haveIt’s safe to sayIf I don’t get this out of meI might quite easilyEnd up dead or just mad
Cross my t´sTry to dot my i´sBut thats just blinding meAnd I ain’t living that wayI roll my sleevesAnd make a better man of meOr I might easilyJust give up on this show
It’s my showI must goWith my soulNot my handWhere I standIt’s my roleIt’s my soul

Pearls and necklaces and girls
And all the pretty things
I ain’t seeking to have
It’s safe to say
If I don’t get this out of me
I might quite easily
End up dead or just mad

Cross my t´s
Try to dot my i´s
But thats just blinding me
And I ain’t living that way
I roll my sleeves
And make a better man of me
Or I might easily
Just give up on this show

It’s my show
I must go
With my soul
Not my hand
Where I stand
It’s my role
It’s my soul