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currently spamming the musketeers.
This is… all of this… it’s too much for me.
"I’m here," Bran said, "only I’m broken. Will you…will you fix me…my legs, I mean?"
”No,” said the pale lord. “That is beyond my powers.” Bran’s eyes filled with tears. We came such a long way. "You will never walk again, Bran" the pale lips promised, "but you will fly".
Rudy Cremonini - Amygdala (2012)
1. Time Recovered
2. Every Policy and Assignment
4. The Pact
5. Swimming Pool Party
6. The Escape
7. The Barber
8. Study of a Child
Spike & Dawn [Requested by Anonymous]
BBC’s The Musketeers characters: Porthos
#everything to me #do you know how many dudebro protagonists i would have killed to have him? #do you know how overdue this scoundrel’s existence is? #hundreds of years overdue is how many #porthos is the beautiful amalgamation of honesty in history and honesty in the present and the narratives the flow between #porthos can exist in this narrative because men like porthos did exist #the fixed teeth and clear skin and the improbable heights of the cast; now those are embellishments #but not the medieval poc #not this time #this time we get porthos #who laughs deep and vigorously #who gets by and ahead with his streetwise prowess #who improvises with goddamn cutlery in duels #who has the strength to wrestle any number of men to the ground #who grits his teeth through near mortal pain to make lively conversation #who’s sickened at that thought of disloyalty #who has a heart that hurts for lives taken and livelihoods stolen #porthos gets to exist #he gets to be daring and exuberant and reckless and unrestrained #he gets to exist and you cannot take him away from me #i’ll just be over here crying forever about this goddamn punk (via cypresssunn)
#was anyone prepared for this porthos or did he just collectively hit everyone like a beautiful rainbow glitter covered mack truck (via p0rth0s)
Camille Pissaro, Louveciennes, Route de Saint-Germain, 1872, watercolor over black chalk