gunnar

the tide has ebbed and revealed

that this is the end of passion

the behemoth approaches to pacify the bereaved

into the sanctuary behind the waterfall, there dwells the bearer of atramentous conscience

living in recluse sublimating the few that enter


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magictransistor:

René Magritte, Le Pain Quotidien (Our Daily Bread), 1942.
blackpaint20:

Top left: Spooky fog cloaked graveyard: Bottom left: Reaper? Cimetière de Montmartre, Paris, France. Right: Reaper at Melaten cemetery Cologne. Left Photo  by hugovk & by Alexander Boden, right photo, by Leo Reynolds
blackpaint20:

Death from the sarcophagus tomb of Elector Johann Philipp Baron von Walderdorf (1756-1768)
overidealism:

lingering sympathy by anuvys
mortem-et-necromantia:

Lilith by John Collier.
marcolinguardo:

Ernst Stöhr, Vanitas 1890