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Model : Iren Mirror Photographer : Phantom Orchid

Blodeuwedd, Welsh (Celtic) - Spring & Owl Goddess of flowers, an aspect of the White Goddess of death and life.a Queen of Swords

I was on my way to the great hall for breakfast when a girl bumped into me. "Sorry," said a familiar voice. Riley? I turned around and she was smiling gravely at me. My first instinct was to get away from her, but the look on her face made me want to stay. "Hey Riley," I say somewhat defeatedly.

( Open Rp ) I walk to breakfast, wide awake. I sit down at the Ravenclaw table. I hear someone call my name and I turn around.

Black and Gold Feather Quill Pen

Black Feather pen Calligraphy feather pen Feather ballpoint pen Black Quill Dip Pen Harry potter Quill Pen Gifts for him Dip Nib Pen

Raven to portray the symbol of death "The raven himself is hoarse" - Lady Macbeth Act 1 Scene 5

Raven to portray the symbol of death "The raven himself is hoarse" - Lady Macbeth Act 1 Scene 5 Raven Crow Rook Black Goth Myth Fear Darkness Wild

the touch of love, loyalty & companionship. I always hold my cats' paws.

A great photo of my favorite cat type. Love gray tabbies with eyes like marbles.

Seriously Ruined: MARY ELIZABETH & MAXINE ANASTASIA // By Lucia O'Connor McCarthy

This picture shows great contrast because one woman is in white and the other is in black. Seriously Ruined: MARY ELIZABETH & MAXINE ANASTASIA // By Lucia O'Connor McCarthy

“Never put your faith in a Prince. When you require a miracle, trust in a Witch.” ― Catherynne M. Valente, In the Night Garden

For some reason this looks like Power of Faith. Because witches. >>>>>>Southern Gothic witches: “Never put your faith in a Prince. When you require a miracle, trust in a Witch.” ― Catherynne M. Valente, In the Night Garden